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Full text of "St. Basil's hymnal : containing music for vespers of all the Sundays and festivals of the year, three Masses and over two hundred hymns .."

FROM THE LIBRARY OF 
REV. LOUIS FITZGERALD BENSON. D. D. 

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FIFTH EDITION WITH APPENDIX. 

CONTAINING 

MUSIC 



VESPERS OF ALL THE SUNDAYS AND FESTIVALS OF THE YEAR 

AND 

OVER TWO HUNDRED HYMNS. 

TOGETHER WITH 

LITANIES, DAILY PRAYERS, PRAYERS AT MASS, PREPARATION 
AND PRAYERS FOR CONFESSION AND COMMUNION, 

AND 

THE OFFICE AND RULES 
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COMPILED FROM APPROVED SOURCES. 



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Superiorum* 



TORONTO : 
ST. MICHAEL'S COLLEGE. 



MEDINA, N.Y. : 
JAS. BRENNAN 



Entered according to Act of Parliament of Canada, in the 
year one thousand eight hundred and eighty-nine, by the 
Publishers, in the Office of the Minister of Agriculture. 



Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year one 
thousand eight hundred and eighty-nine, by the Publishers 
in the Office of the Librarian of Congress at Washington, 
U. S. A. 



PREFACE TO FIFTH EDITION. 



[N this fifth edition of St. Basil's Hymnal there will be found 
a few new selections of merit. That three editions have been 
already exhausted, in a comparatively short period, is a tribute 
of praise in its favour which speaks more eloquently than words. 
Heretofore, though the work enjoyed a wide circulation in the 
United States, we had secured no authoritative approval, not 
"having submitted it to any member of that hierarchy. The present 
3diton supplies that omission, going forth, as it does, under the 
distinguished patronage of His Eminence Cardinal Gibbons. 

St, Michael's College, 

Toronto, March 25th, 1897. 

[The Cardinal's letter of approval.] 

Cardinal's Residence, 

Baltimore, Nov. 14th 1896. 
Rev'd Dear Father, — 

I take great pleasure in adding my name to that of 
your Most Rev'd Archbishop, in commending to Catholic 
institutions your useful work. St. Basil's Hymnal is cal- 
culated to promote devotional singing, which is a powerful 
element in the cause of religion. 

Faithfully yours in Xto, 

Rev. L. Brennan. J. Card. Gibbons. 



PREFACE TO THIRD EDITION. 



QT. Basil's Hymnal is now so widely known, that this third 
edition needs no new introduction to the public. Its merits 
are so fully recognized, and its advantages for the sacred songs of 
choirs and schools so universally admitted that we have not 
hesitated to enlarge it and thus enhance its usefulness. An 
appendix of about forty pages of music has been added. This 
contains an elementary course of " Plain Chant," a few new hymns 
and some choice selections for Benediction and Exposition of the 
Blessed Sacrament. It will be remembered that at the beginning 
of our project we stated that money making had no place in our 
enterprise. We had other and higher objects in view. Though 
nearly twenty thousand copies of our works are now in the hands 
of our friends, the returns have not so far covered the necessary 
outlay. The appendix adds to our liabilities, but we do not purpose 
making any change in former rates. Prices will remain the same 
as heretofore. 

Under the gracious protection of our Blessed Mother and the 
patronage of our many friends St. Basil's Hymnal and Hymn 
BOOK have gone forth to do a great work and to serve a holy cause. 
In this month of our Blessed Lady — the month of music and son;^ 
— we send forth this third edition in the firm hope; that the Queen 
of May, in the future as in the past, will continue to guide its 
destiny. 

St. Michael's COLLSOB. 

Toronto, 

May, L894. 



PREFACE TO SECOND EDITION. 

.A.N offering to the public this second edition of " St. Basil's 
y Hymnal " the compilers feel they do so with that degree of 
confidence which success alone inspires. Already the first editions 
of the Hymn-Bcok and Hymnal are exhausted and the fact 
that these works are now in so many hands, speaks well for the 
cause of congregational singing, which alone, induced us to publish. 
Congregational singing, we are now convinced can be made a 
success, but its foundation must be laid in the school-room and 
catechism class. There is no music, no devotion, like to the voices 
of innocent children raised to God in harmony, in the prayer and 
p: aise of sacred song. 

" St. Basil's HYMNAL " has been carefully revised and corrected 
and we trust it will continue to be a faithful companion in our 
church services. To the Most Rev. the Rijdit Rev. and Rev. 
Clergy and our patrons generally, we acknowledge our deep debt 
of gratitude. Their strong words of approval and generous sup- 
port have secured the success of "St. Basil's Hymnal" and Hymn 
Book, and prepared the way for Congregational Singing. 

St. Michael's College, 

Toronto. 
Dec. 8, 1890. 



LETTERS OF APPROBATION. 



FROM THE ARCHBISHOP OF TORONTO. 

My Dear Father Brennan — St. Basil's Hymnal is an excellent and valuable 
compilation, and is well fitted to supply a want long felt in our parochial schools 
and other educational institutions, and I earnestly recommend its use for the 
Separate Schools and other educational institutions. 

f John Walsh, 

Archbishop of Toronto 



FROM THE ARCHBISHOP OF HALIFAX. 

My Dear Father Brennan, — Accept my thanks for the " St. Basil's Hymn Book 
so kindly sent me. I wish it the most abundant success. 

Yours, etc., 

t C. O'Brien, 

Archbishop of Halifax. 



FROM THE ARCHBISHOP OF KINGSTON. 

Dear Father Brennan, — I thank you for the copy of " St. Basil's Hymnal." 
The compilation is excellent, and will, I am confident, prove most useful to all 
Catholic people. I recommend "St. Basil's Hymnal" to the Rev. Clergy of the 
Archdiocese of Kingston, and to the Religious Communities and all of those who 
are in charge of Separate Schools. 

t James Vincent Cleary. 

Archbishop of Kingston. 



FROM THE BISHOP OF HAMILTON. 

Dear Father Brennan, — " St. Basil's Hymnal," is an excellent manual con- 
taining a rich variety of popular hymns, prayers and masses, suitable for schools, 
sodalities and congregational singing such as you are very zealously anxious to 
promote. 

I will take great pleasure in recommending the book to the patronage of the 
Priests, Schools and Sodalities of this diocese. 

f T. J. Dowlinq, 

Bishop of Hamilton. 



FROM THK lilSllul'OF PETKRROROUGH. 

My Dear Father Brennan, — " St. Basil's Hymnal," which you so thoughtfully 
sent me, was duly received, and 1 beg to express my sincere thanks to you for the 
same. It will be suitable for Schools, Choirs, etc. Please send me two dozen 
copies as I intend to introduce it here. 

I remain yours sincerely in Christ, 

t R. A. O'Connor, 

Bishop of Peterborough. 



CONTENTS. 

Pagf. 

Anthems 30 

Asperges 200 

Daily Prayers 7 

Hymns 67 

God 67 

Our Blessed Lord 77 

Holy Name 82 

Sacred Heart 85 

Precious Blood 105 

Blessed Sacrament 107 

Holy Family 119 

Blessed Virgin 120 

St. Joseph 205 

SS. Peter and Paul 212 

St. Michael 212 

S. Anne 214 

St. Patrick 217 

St, Dominic 219 

St. Stanislaus Kostka 220 

St. Theresa 221 

St. Agatha 223 

All Souls 225 

Advent 226 

Christmas 230 

Epiphany 238 

Lent 239 

Easter 247 

Ascension 253 

Pentecost 2.'5 

Trinity ". ■ 261 

Corpus Christi 202 

Evening 2G5 

Guardian Angel 278 

Occasional 269 

Hymni -. 26 

Inihi.genced Prayers 10 

Mass 312 

44 De Angelis 293 

" Pro Defunctis 332 



CON TENTS- Continued. 

PAGE. 

Praters at Mass 11 

Vespers 21 

Vidi Aquam 344 

Appbndix 347 389 

Little Office of the Immaculate Conception vii 

Prayers for Communion xv 

Prayers for Confession xiii 

Rules for Sodalities s 

Index xvii 



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3. at. 3. 
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Daily prayers, 



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Make the sign of the Cross, and say : 

My God, I offer Thee this day 
All I may do or think or say ; 
Uniting all with what was done 
On earth b/ Jesus Christ, Thy Son. 

An Act of Adoration. 

MY God, I adore Thee here present ; I acknowledge Thee to be my Creator 
and Sovereign Lord ; and I submit myself entirely to Thee. 

Our Father, etc. Hail Mary, etc. Creed, etc. 
I confess, etc. (Here examine your conscience. ) 

An Act of Contrition. 

OMY God, I am heartily sorry for having offended Thee, and I detest my sins 
most sincerely, not only because by them I have lost all right to heaven, and 
have deserved the everlasting torments of hell, but especially because they displease 
Thee, my God, who art f o deserving of all my love, on account of Thy infinite good- 
ness and most amiable perfections ; and I firmly resolve, by Thy holy grace, never 
more to offend Thee, and to amend my life. Amen. 

Ax Act of Faith. 

OMY God, I most firmly believe in Thee, and all The u hast revealed to Thy 
Holy Catholic Church ; because Thou art Truth itself, who canst neither 
deceive nor be deceived. 

An Act of Hope. 

OMY God, relying on Thy promises, and upon the merits of Jesus Christ, my 
Saviour, I most firmly hope in Thee, and trust that Thou wilt grant me grace 
to obs rve Thy commandments in this world, and reward me in the next. 

"An Act of Charity. 

OMY God, who art worthy of all my love, and infinite in every perfection, I love 
Thee with my whole heart ; and I love my neighbour as myself for the love of 
Thee 



8 







DAILY PRAYERS. 

Prayer to our Guardian Angel. 

GOOD Angel of God, to v hose holy care I have been committed by the Divine 
bounty, deign during this night (or day) to enlighten, guard, guide and protect 



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To be said morning, noon and night, to put us in mind that God the Son became man 

for our salvation. 

The Angel of the Lord declared unto Mary : 
And she conceived of the Holy Ghost. 

Hail Mary, etc. 
Behold the handmaid of the Lord : 
Be it done unto me according to Thy word. 

Hail Mary, etc. 
And the Word was made Flesh : 
And dwelt among us. 

Hail Mary, etc. 
~f Pray for us, O holy Mother of God. 
1$ That we may be made worthy of the promises of Christ. 

Let us Pray. 

POUR forth, we beseech Thee, O Lord, Thy grace into our hearts, that we, to 
whom the Incarnation of Christ, Thy Son, was made known by the message of 
an Angel, may, by His Passion and Cross, be brought to the glory of His Resurrec- 
tion, through the same Christ our Lord. Amen. 

AY the Divine assistance remain always with us : and may the souls of the 
faithful departed, through the mercy of God, rest in peace. Amen. 



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Shoidd time ]>ermit, add, in tin morning, tin 

^itanp ot the ^ost Dob Jtamc of Jesus.' 



Lord, have mercy on us. 

Christ, have mercy on us. 

Lord, have mercy on us. 

Jesus, hear us. 

Jesus, graciously hear us. 

God the Father, of heaven, 

Have mercy on us. 

God the Son, Redeemer of the world, 

Have in' i cy on us. 

God the Holy Ghost, 

Have mercy on us. 

Holy Trinity, one God, 

Have mercy on UM. 



Jesus, Son of the living God, 

Jesus, splendour of the Father, 

Jesus, brightness of eternal light, 

Jesus, King of glory, 

Jesus, Sun of justice, 

Jesus, Son of the Virgin Mary, 

Jesus, most amiable, 

Jesus, most admirable, 

Jesus, mighty God, 

Jesus, Father of the world to conic 

Jesus, Angel of the great counci', 

Jesus, most powerful, 

[esus, most patient, 

Jesus, most obedient, 

Jesus, meek and humble of heart, 



'Indulgence of 300 dayi Ear those who say it devoutly. 



DAILY PRAYERS. 



Jesus, Lover of chastity, 

Jesus, Lover of us, 

Jesus, God of peace, 

Jesus, Author of life, 

Jesus, Example of virtues, 

Jesus, zealous lover of souls, 

Jesus, our God, 

Jesus, our refuge, 

Jesus, Father of the poor, 

Jesus, Treasure of the faithful, 

Jesus, Good Shepherd, 

Jesus, true light, 

Jesus, Eternal wisdom, 

Jesus, infinite goodness, 

Jesus, our way and our life, 

Jesus, Joy of Angels, 

Jesus, king of Patriarchs, 

Jesus, Master of Apostles, 

Jesus, Teacher of Evangelists, 

Jesus, strength of Martyrs, 

Jesus, Light of Confessors, 

Jesus, Purity of Virgins, 

Jesus, Crown of all Saints, J 

Be merciful unto us, 

Spare us, O Jesus. 

Be merciful unto us, 

Graciously hear us, Jesus. 

From all evil, ] 

From all sin, - Jesus deliver us. 

From Thy wrath, J 



From the snares of the devil, 

From the spirit of uncleanness, 

From everlasting death, 

From the neglect of Thy inspirations, 

Through the mystery of Thy holy 
Incarnation, 

Through Thy nativity, 

Through Thine infancy, 

Through Thy most divine life, 

Through Thy labours, 

Through Thine agony and passion, 

Through Thy Cross and dereliction, 

Through Thy faintness and weari- 
ness, 

Through Thy death and burial, 

Through Thy resurrection, 

Through Thine ascension, 

Through Thy joys, 

Through Thy glory, 

Lamb of God. Who takest away the 
of the world. 

Spare us, Jesus. 

Lamb of God, Who takest away the 
sins of the world. 

Graciously hear us, Jesus. 

Lamb of God, Who takest away the 
sins of the world, 

Have mercy on us, Jesus. 

Jesus, hear us. 

Jesus, graciously hear us. 



J. 
sins 



Let us Pray. 

OLORD Jesus Christ, who hast said : " Ask, and ye shall receive ; seek, and ye 
shall find ; knock, and it shall be opened unto you ;" give, we beseech Thee, 
to us who ask, the grace of Thy most divine love, that with all our heart, words, and 
works, we may love Thee, and never cease to praise Thee. Amen. 

GRANT that we may have a perpetual fear and love of Thy holy Name ; for Thou 
never failest to direct and govern those whom Thou instructest in Thy true 
and solid love. Through our Lord Jesus, Thy Son, who livest and reignest with 
Thee in the unity of the Holy Ghost God world without end. Amen. 



1 71 the evening, the 



ICitano of the filcsscb Uirght ^tlanj. 



Lord, have mercy on us. 
Lord, have mercy on us. 
Christ, hear us. 
Christ, graciously hear us* 

God the Father, of heaven, 

God the Son, Redeemer of the world, 

God the Holy Ghost. 

Holy Trinity, one God, 



Holy Mary, 
Holy Mother of God, 
Holy Virgin of virgins, 
Mother of Christ, 
Mother of divine grace, 
Mother most pure, 
Mother most chaste, 
Mother inviolate, 
Mother undefiled, 






10 



INDULGENCED PRAYERS. 



Mother most amiable, 
Mother most admirable, 
Moth ir of our Creator, 
Mother of our Redeemer, 
Virgin most prudent, 
Virgin most venerable, 
Virgin most renowned, 
Virgin most powerful, 
Virgin most merciful, 
Virgin most faithful, 
Mirror of justice, 
Seat of wisdom, 
Cause of our joy, 
Spiritual vessel, 
Vessel of honour, 
Vessel of singular devotion, 
Mystical Rose, 
Tower of David, 
Tower of ivory, 
House of gold, 
Ark of the covenant, 
Gate of heaven, 
Morning Star, 
Health of the sick, 
Refuge of sinners, 
Comforter of the afflicted, 



J 
sins 



Help of Christians, 

Queen of Angels, 

Queen of Patriarchs, 

Queen of Prophets, 

Queen of Apostles, 

Queen of Martyrs, 

Queen of Confessors, 

Queen of Virgins, 

Queen of all Saints, 

Queen conceived without original 

sin. 
Queen of the most holy Rosary, 
Lamb of God, Who takest away the 

of the world. 
Spare us, Lord. 
Lamb of God, Who takest away the 

of the world. 
Graciously hear us, Lord. 
Lamb of God, Who takest away the 

of the world. 
Have mercy on us. 



i[ Pray for us, O holy Mother of God. 

Ij? That we may be made worthy of 
the promises, of Christ. 

Let us Pray. 



GRANT, we beseech Thee, O Lord God, that we, Thy servants, may be blessed 
with continual health of soul and body ; and that by the glorious intercession 
of the Blessed Mary, ever Virgin, we may be delivered from present sorrow, and 
obtain eternal happiness, through Christ our Lord. Amen. 

y May the divine assistance remain always with us. 

ty Amen. 



3n6ulgcncc5 prayers. 



i. Glory be to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Ghost. Three 
times. (100 (lays.) 

2. Eternal Father, I offer to Thee the Most Precious Blood of Jesus Christ, in 
satisfaction for my sins and for the needs of Holy Church. (100 days.) 

3. My Jesus, mercy. (100 days.) 

4. My sweet Jesus, be not to me a Judge but a Saviour. (50 days.) 

5. Jesus, my God, I love Thee above all things. (60 </<iy*.) 

6. O Sacrament most holy, () Sacrament divine, all praise and all thanksgiving 
be every moment thine. (Inn days.) 

7. () sweet* t Heart of Jesus, I implore that I may ever love Thee more and 
mat (300 days.) 

b. Jesus, meek and humble of heart, make my heart like to Thine. (,',nn days.) 
9. Heart of Jesus, once in agony, have pity on the dying. (li»> dap§.) 
10. Jesus, Mary, Joseph, I give you my heart and my life. (100 days.) 



PRAYERS AT MASS. U 

ii. Jesus, Mary, Joseph, assist me in my last agony. (100 days.) 

12. Jesus, Mary, Joseph, may I breathe forth my soul in peace in your blessed 
company. (100 days.) 

13. Blessed be the Holy and Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin 
Mary. (300 days.) 

Act of Consecration to the Sacred Heart of Jesus. 

MY loving Jesus, I give Thee my heart and I consecrate myself wholly to Thee 
on account of the love I bear Thee, and as a reparation for all my unfaithful- 
ness to grace ; and I purpose, with Thine aid, never to sin again. 

Plen. Indid. once a month. 100 days hid. once a day. 
To be said before a Crucifix. 

OGOOD and most sweet Jesus, behold, I fall on my knees before Thee, and with 
all the ardour of my soul, pray and beseech Thee that Thou wouldst vouchsafe 
to impress upon my heart lively sentiments of faith, hope and charity, with a true 
repentance for my sins, and a most firm resolution of amendment ; whilst with 
deep feelings of grief I consider within myself and contemplate in spirit Thy five 
wounds, having before my eyes what the royal prophet expressed by these words, 
" They have pierced my hands and feet, they have numbered all my bones." 

Say one " Our Father," and " Hail Mary," or some other prayer for the inten- 
tions of the Church. 

Plen. Indul. on Communion Days. 
Memorare. 

REMEMBER, O most holy Virgin Mary, that from of old it has never been 
heard that any one fleeing to thy protection, imploring thy help, or asking thy 
intercession has been left unaided. Encouraged by this confidence I hasten to thee; 
to thee I come, and before thee, I, a weeping sinner, stand. Despise not, O Mother 
of the Incarnate Word, my humble petitions, but graciously hear and grant them. 
Amen. 

(300 days each time.) 



prayers at VClass. 



Prayer Before Mass. 

OMY Saviour, I come before Thy holy Altar to assist at Thy Divine Sacrifice. 
Do Thou prepare my sonl to receive Thy grace ; fix my mirid on Thee ; wash 
away in Thy Precious Blood all the sins of which Thou seest me guilty ; I hate 
them for the love of Thee, and most humbly beg pardon for them. Grant, O sweet 
Jesus, that uniting my intentions to Thine, I may spend mywhole life for Thy 
glory, as Thou didst give Thy life for the saving of my sonl. Amen. 

I wish to share in the Communion of Saints by gaining all the indulgences I can 
to-day ; and I place them in the hands of our Blessed Lady for the relief of the 
souls in purgatory. My Jesus, mercy ! Mary, help ! 



12 PRAYERS AT MASS. 

Prayer at the beginning of the Mass. 
While the Priest says the Judica me, Deus, etc. 

ALMIGHTY Lord of heaven and earth, behold I, a wretched sinner, presume 
to appear before Thee this day, to offer to Thee by the hands of our High 
Priest, Jesus Christ, Thy Son, the sacrifice of His Body and Blood, in union with 
that sacrifice which He offered to Thee upon the Cross ; first, for Thine own honour, 
praise, adoration and glory ; secondly, in remembrance of His Death and Passion ; 
thirdly, in thanksgiving for all Thy blessings bestowed on Him and on His whole 
Church, whether triumphant ia heaven, or militant on earth, and especially for those 
bestowed on me, the most unworthy of all ; fourthly, to obtain pardon and remission 
of all my sins, and of those of all others, whether living or dead, for whom I ought 
to pray ; and lastly, to obtain all graces and blessings both for myself and for 
Thy whole Church. O be Thou pleased to assist me in such manner by Thy grace, 
that I may behave myself this day as I ought to do in Thy Divine Presence, and 
that I may so commemorate the Death and Passion of Thy Son as to partake most 
plentifully of the fruits thereof; through the same Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen. 

Confiteor. 

1 CONFESS to Almighty God, to blessed Mary ever Virgin, to blessed Michael 
the Archangel, to blessed John the Baptist, to the holy Apostles Peter and Paul, 
to all the saints and to you, father, that I have sinned exceedingly in thought, word, 
and deed, through my fault, through my fault, through my most grievous fault, 
Therefore I beseech the blessed Mary ever Virgin, blessed Michael the Archangel, 
blessed John the Baptist, the holy Apostles Peter and Paul, and all the saints, and 
you, father, to pray to the Lord our God for me. 

The Priest goes up to the Altar, and as he advances, full of holy fear, says in a low 

tone of voice : 

Prayers. 

TAKE away from us our sins, we beseech Thee, O Lord, that we may be worthy 
to enter with pure minds into the Holy of Holies ; through Jesus Christ our 
Lord. Amen. 

WE beseech Thee, O Lord, by the merits of Thy Saints whose relics are here, 
and of all the Saints, that thou wouldst mercifully forgive me all my sins, 
Amen. 

The Introit. 

The Introit is the first prayer the Priest reads at the right or Epistle side of the Altar. This prayer 
reminds us how much those who lived holy lives, under the Old Law, wished tor the coming of 
our Blessed Redeemer. Glory be to the Father, is added in honour of the Blessed Trinity. 

Prayer during the reading of the Introit. 

LET the Name of the Lord be blessed both now and forever. From the rising 
to the setting of the sun let all praise be given to the Name of the Lord. Glory 
be to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Ghost. As it was in the begin- 
ning, is now, and ever shall be. world without end. Amen. 

The Kyrie Eleison. 

Lord, have mercy on us. (thrice.) 
Christ, have mercy on us. (thrice.) 
Lord, have mercy on us. (thrice.) 



PRAYERS AT MASS. j-% 

The Gloria. 

GLORY be to God on high, and on earth peace to men of good will. We praise 
Thee ; we bless Thee ; we adore Thee ; we glorify Thee. We give Thee 
thanks for Thy great glory, O Lord God, heavenly King, God the Father Almighty. 
O Lord Jesus Christ, the only begotten Son ; O Lord God, Lamb of God, Son of 
the Father, Who takest away the sins of the world, have merc T upon us; Who 
takest away the sins of the world, receive our prayers ; Thou Who sittest at the 
right hand of the Father, have mercy on us. For Thou only art holy : Thou only 
art the Lord : Thou only, O Jesus Christ, with the Holy Ghost, art most high in 
the glory of God the Father. Amen. 

At the end of the Gloria, the Priest kisses the Altar and turns to the people saying : 

The Lord be with you. 

The Clerk answers : 

And with thy spirit. 

At the Collects. 

ALMIGHTY and eternal God, we humbly beseech Thee mercifully to give ear 
to the prayers here offered Thee by Thy servant in the name of Thy whole 
Church, and in behalf of us Thy people. Accept them to the honour of Thy Name, 
and the good of our souls ; and grant to us all mercy, grace, and salvation; through 
our Lord Jesus Christ. Amen. 

At the Epistle. 

THOU hast vouchsafed, O Lord, to teach us Thy sacred truths by Thy prophets 
and apostles ; O grant that we may so improve by their doctrine and examples 
in the love of Thy holy Name, and of Thy holy Law, that we may show forth by 
our lives whose disciples we are ; that we may no longer follow the corrupt inclina- 
tions of flesh and blood, but master all our passions ; that we may be ever directed 
by Thy light, and strengthened by Thy grace, to walk in the way of Thy command- 
ments, and to serve Thee with clean hearts ; through our Lord Jesus Christ. Amen. 

Before the Gospel. 

CREATE a clean heart in me, O God, and grant that I may listen to Thy holy 
Gospel with respect, and bless Thy Name for ever. 

At the Gospel. 

MAYEST Thou be ever adored and praised, O Lord, who, not content to instruct 
and inform us by Thy prophets and apostles, hast even vouchsafed to speak to 
us by Thy only Son our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, commanding us by a voice 
from Heaven to hear Him ; O grant that we may so improve by His doctrine and 
example in the love of Thy Holy Name, and of Thy holy Law, that we may shew 
forth by our lives whose disciples we are, that we may no longer follow the corrupt 
inclinations of flesh and blood, but master all our passions, that we may be ever 
directed by Thy light, and strengthened by Thy grace, to walk in the way of Thy 
commandments and to serve Thee with clean hearts; through our Lord Jesus 
Christ. Amen. 

The Nicene Creed. 

I BELIEVE in one God, the Father Almighty, Creator of heaven and earth, and 
of all things v/'sible and invisible. And in one Lord Jesus Christ, the only 



24 PRAYERS AT MASS. 

begotten Son of God, born of the Father before all ages. God of God ; Light of 
Light ; true God of true God begotten not made ; consubstantial with the Father, 
by whom all things were made. Who for us men, and for our salvation, came down 
from heaven, and was incarnate by the Holy Ghost of the Virgin Mary, and was 
made man, [Kneel in reverence for Christ's Incarnation.] He suffered under Pontius 
Pilate, was crucified, dead, and buried. The third day, according tc the scriptures, 
He rose again; and ascended into heaven, and sitteth at the right hand of the 
Father and He shall come again with glory to judge both the living and the dead ; 
of whose kingdom there shall be no end. And I believe in the Holy Ghost, the 
Lord and giver of life, who proceedeth from the Father and the Son : Who together 
with the Father and the Son is adored and glorified : Who spoke by the prophets. 
And One Holy Catholic and Apostolic Church. I confess one baptism for the 
remission of sing. And J look for the resurrection of the dead, and the life o' the 
world to come. Amen. 

The Lord be with you. 
And with thy spirit. 

At the Offertory. 

ACCEPT O holy Father, almighty and eternal God, this unspotted Host, which 
I, Thy unworthy servant, offer unto Thee for my many sins, my faults, and my 
carelessness. I offer it also for all here present in this Church, as well as for all 
faithful Christians, both living and dead, that it may help both them and me to 
gain eternal life. 

At the Offering of the Chalice. 

WE offer Thee, O Lord, the chalice of salvation, humbly begging Thy mercy, 
that it may ascend to Thee for our salvation, and that of the whole world. 
Amen. 

Offering of the Faithful. 

The Priest makes the following prayer for himself and for thepeop/< : 

Prayer. 

ACCEPT us, O Lord, who come to Thee with contrite and humble hearts: and 
grant that the sacrifice we offer this day in Thy sight may be pleasing to Thee, 
O Lord God. 

Blessing of the Bread and Wine. 

Praykr. 

C^OME, O almighty and eternal God, and bless this sacrifice prepared for the 
j glory of Thy holy Name. 

Washing of the Fingers. 
l R \ ER. 

JESUS, most pure of heart : O spotless Lamb of God ; help me that I may 
keep my heart pure , that all through my lift? I may never displease Thee by 
«ny wicked thing. Give m<" the blessing of the clean of heart. 



PRAYERS AT MASS. ^ 

Prayer to the Blessed Trinity. 

The Priest returns to the. middle of the Altar, and, bowing doivn, ojfers the Sacrifice to 

the Most Holy Trinity. 

Pray™. 

BLESSED Trinity ! Father, Son, and Holy Ghost, accept this Holy Mass 
which we offer Thee in memory of the Passion, Resurrection, and Ascension 
cf our Lord Jesus Christ, and in honour of the Blessed Mary ever Virgin, of blessed 
John the Baptist, the holy Apostles Peter and Paul, St. Joseph, my Angel Guardian 
and patron Saints. And may all the Saints and Angels whom we now honour upon 
earth, intercede for us in Heaven. Amen. 

The Orate Fratres or " Brethren, Pray." 

TJte Priest turns to the congregation, and, with his hands stretched out, invites them n 

J' ray with him. 

Prayer. 

BRETHREN, pray that my sacrifice and yours may be acceptable to God, the 
Father Almighty. 

The Clerk answers : 

MAY the Lord receive this sacrifice from thy hands, to the praise and glory of 
His Name, for our benefit, and that of all His holy Church. 

The Secret Prayers. 
The Priest now prays in a low tone of voice. 

During this time, do you in charity think of the thousands who are to pass to-day from this world to 
the next. Say most earnestly for them this 

Prayer. 
TTEART of Jesus, once in agony, have pity on the dying. 

The Preface. 

The Preface leads to the Canon, and the Altar bell is rung to tell us that the Priest is entering upon 
the most solemn part of the Mass. 

World without end. 

Amen. 
The Lord be with you. 

And with Thy Spirit. 
Lift up your hearts. 

We have lifted them up to the Lord. 
Let us give thanks to the Lord our God, 

It is meet and just. 

IT is truly meet and just, that we should always, and in all places, give thanks to 
Thee, O holy Lord, Father Almighty, Eternal God, through Christ our Lord. 
Through Whom the Angels praise Thy majesty, adore Thee, reverence Thee, and 
sing Thy everlasting praise. Together with them we beseech Thee that Thou 
wouldst allow our voices also to be admitted, whilst we humbly say : — 

The Sanctus. 

(The bell rings.) 

HOLY, holy, holy, Lord God of Hosts. Heaven and earth are full of Thy glory. 
Hosanna in the highest. Blessed is He that cometh in the Name of the Lord. 
Hosanna in the highest. 



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The Canon of the Mass. 

MOST merciful Father, Who hast given us Thy only Son to be our daily Sacrifice, 
incline Thine ear to our prayers, and favour our desires ; protect, unite, and 
govern Thy whole Church throughout the world; pour forth Thy blessings on his 
present Holiness, on our Bishop, and all true professors of the Catholic faith. 

I OFFER Thee, O Eternal Father, with this Thy minister at the altar, this oblation 
of the Body and Blood of Thy only Son, to Thy honour and glory; in remem- 
brance cf my Saviour's passion, in thanksgiving for all Thy benefits, in satisfaction 
for all my sins, and for the obtaining of Thy grace, whereby I may be enabled to 
live virtuously and happily. I desire Thee likewise to accept it, O God, for my 
parents [if oJice\, relatives, friends and benefactors; grant them all blessings, 
spiritual and temporal. I offer it up also [name the particular intention] . Likewise 
for all that are in misery; for those I have in any way injured either by word or 
deed ; for all my enemies, for all those for whom my prayers are desired, especially 
A/.; for the conversion of all sinners, and enlightening all that sit in darkness. 
Pour forth Thy blessings on all, according to their different necessities. Through 
the merits of Thy only Son our Lord. 

GIVE ear, we beseech Thee, to the prayers of Thy servant, who is here appointed 
to make this oblation in our behalf; and grant it may be effectual for the 
obtaining of all those blessings which he asks for us. 

BEHOLD, O Lord, we all here present to Thee in this bread and wine the symbols 
of our perfect union. Grant, O Lord, that they may be made for us the true 
Body and Blood of Thy dear Son ; that, being consecrated to Thee by this holy 
Victim, we may live in Thy service, and depart this life in Thy grace. 

At the Elevation of the Host 

I BELIEVE, O Jesus, that Thou art truly present here, as God and Man, under 
the form of bread. I adore Thee with the deepest reverence, as my Lord and 
my God. O Jesus, may I live for Thee only, may I die for Thee gladly: O Jesus, 
living or dying, let me be Thine ! 

Elevation of the Chalice. 

OMY Saviour, I believe that Thou art here. I believe that Thy most Precious 
Blood, which was poured out once upon the Cross for a sacrifice to atone for 
our sins, is substantially present in this chalice, under the appearance of wine. 
Ah ! holy Blood of my Redeemer, I beseech Thee, wash and purify me from all 
my sins. 

After the Elevation. 

JESUS, Who after Thy death upon the Cross was laid in tin; grave and didst 
raise Thy self to life on the third day, help me to keep my soul in the life of 
grace. Help me so to live that on the last day T may rise in glory and be happy 
with Thee in Heaven. 

Prayer for the Dead. 

OMOST merciful Lord Jesus, give unto them eternal rest. Be mindful, O Lord, 
of Thy servants, who are gone before us with the si^n of faith, and sleep in the 
sleep of peace. [ Samt. To these;, () Lord, and to .all that rest in Christ, grant, we 
i h Thee, a place of refreshment, li^ht and p.-ace; through the same Christ 
our Lord. Am: n 



PRAYERS AT MASS. 



Let us pray. 



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INSTRUCTED by Thy saving precepts, and following Thy divine institution, we 
presume to say : — 

OUR Father, Who art in heaven, hallowed be Thy name, Thy kingdom come 
Thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread; 
and forgive us our trespasses, as we forgive them that trespass against us. And 
lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil. Amen. 

DELIVER us, we beseech Thee, O Lord, from all evils, past, present, and to 
come ; and by the prayers of the Blessed Virgin Mary, and all the Saints, 
mercifully grant peace in our days, that, with Thy help, we may be always free from 
sin and safe from barm. Through the same Jesus Christ Thy Son our Lord, Who 
with Thee, in the unity of the Holy Ghost, liveth and reigneth, God, world without 
end. Amen. 

At the breaking of the Host. 

THY Body was broken and Thy Blood was shed for us : grant, O sweet Jesus, 
that we, who receive Thee in this Holy Sacrament, may ever believe in Thee, 
and hope in Thee, and love Thee, more and more. Amen. 



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The Agnus Dei. 

AMB of God, Who takest away the sins of the world, have mercy on us. 

Lamb of God, Who takest away the sins of the world, have mercy on us. 
Lamb of God, Who takest away the sins of the world, grant us peace. 

Preparation for Holy Communion. 



LORD Jesus Christ, Who saidst to Thy Apostles, Peace I leave with you, my 
peace I give unto you ; look not upon my sins but upon the faith of Thy 
Church, and give her that peace which Thou dost Jove to see among her children; 
who livest and reignest God for ever and ever. Amen. 

LORD Jesus Christ, Son of the living God, W T ho, by the will of Thy Father and 
by the power of the Holy Ghost, hast by Thy death given life to the world; 
deliver me by this, Thy most Sacred Body and Blood, from all my sins and from 
all evils ; and make me always follow Thy commandments, and never let me be 
separated from Thee ; Who, with the same God the Father and the Holy Ghost, 
livest and reignest, God, for ever and ever. Amen. 

At the Communion. 

MAY this Holy Communion, which I am about to receive, O Lord, keep my soul 
and body from all evil. Who with God the Father, in the unity of the Holy 
Ghost, livest and reignest, God forever and ever. Amen. 

T WILL take the Bread of Heaven, and call upon the Name of the Lord. 

The Priest strikes his breast three times snyiwj : 

LORD, I am not worthy that Thou shouldst enter under my roof; say but the 
word and my soul shall be healed. 







Act of Spiritual Communion. 

MY Jesus, I believe that Thou art truly present in this Holy Sacrament, I love 
Thee above all things, and I desire Thee with my whole soul, but since I cannot 



jg PRAYERS AT MASS. 

now receive Thee sacramentally, come at least spiritually into my heart. I 
embrace Thee as if Thou wert already come, I unite myself wholly to Thee. Never 
suffer me to be separated from Thee. 

WHAT shall I give to the Lord for all that He hath given to me ? I will take 
the chalice of salvation, and call upon the Name of the Lord. Praising I will 
call upon the Lord, and I shall be saved Irom my enemies. 

Prayer. 

DEAR Jesus, wash my soul in Thy Precious Blood. May the Blood of our Lord 
Jesus Christ preserve my soul to everlasting life. Eternal Father, I offer Thee 
the Precious Blood of Jesus Christ ia satisfaction for my sins, and for the needs of 
Holy Church. Amen 

At the Ablutions. 

GRANT, O Lord, that what we have taken with our month we may receive with 
a pure mind ; and may it do us good both for time and eternity. Amen. 

MAY Thy Body, O Lord, which I have received, and Thy Blood which I ha>-e 
drunk remain with me ; and grant that no stain of sin may be left on my 
soul, which has been fed with such pure and holy Sacraments. Who livest and 
reignest one God, world without end. Amen. 

The Post Communion. 

MY God, I thank Thee for all Thou hast done for me. In return for all Thy 
mercies I wish never more to displease Thee. Make me wholly thine, and let 
me always love Thee more and more. 

The Lord be with you. 
And with thy spirit. 

Let us pray. 

JESUS, meek and humble of heart, make my heart like to Thine. O Sacred 
Heart of Jesus, I implore, that I may ever love Thee more and more. O Mary, 
conceived without sin, pray for us who have recourse to thee. Saint Joseph, 
friend of the Sacred Heart, pray for us. 

Let us bless the Lord. 
Thanks be to God. 

(In Masses for the dead.) 

May they rest in peace. Amen. 

lli> Priest bowing down before the Altar says : 

Prayer. 

OHOLY Trinity, let what I have done be pleasing to Thee; and grant that the 
sacrifice which I, though unworthy, have offered up in the sight of Thy 
majesty, may be accepted by Thee ; and through Thy mercy may I, and all for 
whom it has been offered, receive forgiveness of our sins. Through Christ our 
Lord. Amen, 

The Lord be with you. 
And with thy spirit. 



PRAYERS AT MASS. jq 

The Last Gospel. 

The beginning of the holy Gospel according to St. John. 

IN the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was 
God ; the same was in the beginning with God. All things were made by Him, 
and without Him was made nothing that was made: in Him was life, and the life 
was the light of men : and the light shineth in darkness, and the darkness did not 
comprehend it. There was a man sent from God, whose name was John. This man 
came for a witness, to give testimony of the light, that all men might believe through 
him. He was not the light, but came to give testimony of the light. He was 
the true light which enlighteneth every man that cometh into this world. He 
was in the world, and the world was made by Him, and the world knew Him 
not. He came unto His own, and His own received Him not. But as many 
as received Him, to them He gave power to become the sons of God : to those that 
believe in His name, who are born not of blood, nor of the will of the flesh, nor of 
the will of man, but of God. And the Word was made flesh iH ere the people 
kneel down] , and dwelt among us; and we saw His glory, as it were the glory of the 
Only-Begotten of the Father, full of grace and truth. 

Thanks be to God. 

Great God, we thank Thee for the grace 

Of hearing Holy Mass this day ; 
On Sundays may we always come 

To hear the Holy Mass and pray. 
And may the grace of Holy Mass 

Be with us still in all our need. 
And keep us from the stain of sin, 

In every thought and word and deed. 

The Divine Praises.* 

The Divine Praises are generally said by the Priest at the end of Mass and Vespers. 

Blessed be God. 

Blessed be His holy Name. 

Blessed be Jesus Christ, true God and true man. 

Blessed be the Name of Jesus. 

Blessed be Jesus in the most holy Sacrament of the Altar. 

Blessed be the great mother of God, Mary most holy. 

Blessed be her holy and Immaculate Conception. 

Blessed be the name of Mary, Virgin and Mother. 

Blessed be God in His Angels and in His Saints. 

^Indulgence : One year for every time it is said. 




Pespcrs for Sunfcays. 



FIRST VESPERS. 

Pater Xoster, Are Marie. (In secret.) 

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DIXIT DOMINUS. Psalm cix. 



FIRST CHANT. 




i Dixit Dominus Domino 



2 Donee ponam ini-mi-cos tu-os* 
scabellum pe - dum tu - o - rum. 

3 Virgam virtutis tuse, emittet Domin- 
us ex Si - on :* dominare in medio inimi - 
co - rum tu - o - rum. 

4 Tecum principium in die virtutis 
tuae, in splendoribus sane - to - rum : * 
ex utero ante luci - ferum ge- nui te. 

5 Juravit Dominus, et non poenite - 

SECOND CHANT. 




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bit e - um :* Tu es Sacerdos in aeternum, 
secundum ordi - nem Mel - chi - sedech. 

6 Dominus a dextris tu - is, * con- 
fregit in die iras su - ae re - ges. 

7 Judicabit in nationibus, implebit 
ru - i - nas ; * conquassabit capita in ter - 
ra mul -to -rum. 

8 De torrente in via bi - bet ; * prop- 
tereaexal-ta-bitca-put. Gloria Patri, etc. 



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CONFITEBOR. Psalm ex, 



FIRST CHANT. 



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2 Magna o - pera Do - mini, * exquisita 
in omnes volun - tates e -jus. 

3 Confessio et magnificentia o - pus e - 
]us, * et justitia ejus manet in sie -culum 
sa3 -culi. 

4 Memoriam fecit mirabilium suorum 
misericors et mise - ra - tor Do - minu * : * 
escam dedit ti men - ti - bus se. 

5 Meraor erit in sseculum testa -men - 
ti su - i ;* virtutem operum suorum an - 
nuntiabit po - pulo su - o : 

6 Vt det illis haeredi - ta - tern gen- 
tium : * opera manuum ejus Veritas et 
ju -di -cium. 

SECOND CHANT. 



7 Fidelia omnia mandata ejus con- 
firmata in sre - culum see - culi, * facta in 
yeritate et sb - qui - tate. 

8 Redemptionem misit po - pulo su - o;* 
mandavit in aucrnum testa - men - turn 

su - um. 

9 Sanctum et terrible no- men e- jus :* 
inkium sapientiae ti - mor Do - mini. 

io Intellectns bonus omnibus faci - en - 
tibuse-um: * laudatio ejus manet in 
sa; - culum see - culi. 

Gloria Patri, etc. 




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BEATUS V1R, Psalm cxi. 
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2 Poteus in terra erit se - men e -jus ; * 
generatio rectorum be - ne-di -ce - tur. 

3 Gloria et divitiae in do - mo e -jus ; * 
et justitia ejus manet in soe - culum soe- 
culi. 

4 Exortum est in tenebris lu - men 
rec-tis:* misericors, et mise - ra - tor, 
et Justus. 

5 Jucundus homo, qui misereiur et 
commoclat; disponet sermones suos in 
ju - di - cio ;* quia in aeternum non - com- 
mo - ve - bitur. 

SECOND CHANT. _ 






6 In memoria aeterna e - rit jus - ius : * 
ab auditione mala non ti - me - bit. 

7 Paratum cor ejus sperare in Dom- 
ino ; confirmatum - est - cor e - ius : * non 
commovebitur, donee despiciat ini - mi- 
cos- su - OS. 

8 Dispersic, dedit pauperibus ; jus- 
titia ejus manet in soe - culum see - culi : * 
co rnu ejus exalta - bi - tur in gloria. 

q Peccator videbit, et irasce-tur, 
dentibus suis fremet, et ta - bes - cet : * 
desiderium pecca - to - rum pe - ri - bit. 

Gloria Patri,etc, 

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2 Sit nomen Domini be-ne-dic-tum, * 
ex hoc nunc, et us- que in see -culum. 

3 A solis ortu usque ad - oc-ca - sum,* 
laudabile no - men Do -mini. 

4 Excelsus super omnes gen -tes Do- 
minus, * et super coelos glo -ria e- jus. 

5 Quis sicut Dominus Deus noster, 
qui in al - tis ha - bitat, * et humilia 

SECOND CHANT. 




respicit in coe - lo et in terra? 

6 Suscitans a ter-ra in - opem,* et de 
stercore eri - gens pau - perem. 

7 Ut collocet eum cum prin-ci- 
pibus, * cum principibus po-puli su-i. 

8 Qui habitare facit steril - em - in - do - 
mo ; * matrem filiorum - las - tantem. 

Gloria Patri. etc. 



no -men Do-mini. 



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VESPERS. 

IN EXITU ISRAEL- Psalm cxiii, 

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i In exitu Israel de JE - gyp - to : * domus Jacob de popu-lo bar - ba - ro. 



2 Facta est Judaea sancitifi - ca - tio 
e - jus, * Israel po - tes - tas e - jus. 

3 Ware vi - dit, et fu - git : * Jordanis 
conver - sus est retror - sum. 

4 Montes exultavcrunt ut a - ri -etes,* 
et colles si - cut a - gni o - vium. 

5 Quid est tibi, mare -quod fu-gis- 
ti ? * et tu, Jordanis, quia conver - sus es 
re-tror-sum ? 

6 Montes, exultastis si - cut a-ri-etes?* 
st colles, si - cut a - gni ovium ? 

7 A facie Domini mo - ta est ter - ra,* 
a facie De- i Jacob. 

8 Qui convertit petram in sta - gna a - 
qua - rum, * et rupem in fon - tes a - qua- 
rum. 

9 Non nobis, Domi- ne, non no - bis,* 
sed nomini tu - o da glo - ri - am. 

io Super misericordia tua et veri - ta - 
te tu - a ; * nequando dicant gentes : Ubi 
est De-use-o-rum ? 

ii Deus autem nos - ter in cce - lo, : * 
omnia quascumque vo - lu - it, fe - cit. 

12 Simulacra gentium ar^en -turn et 
au -rum,* opera ma -r.u- um ho-minum. 

1 3 Os habent, et non - lo - quen - tur : * 
oculos habent, et non - vi - de- bunt. 

14 Aures habent, et - non au - dient ; * 
nares habent, et non o - do - ra - bunt. 

15 Manus habent, et non palpabunt ; 
pedes habent, et non am - bu - la - bunt ;* 
nou clamabunt in gut - tu - re su - o. 



16 Similes illisfiant qui fa- ciunt e -a : * 
et omnes qui con - fi - dunt in e - is. 

17 Domus Israel spera - vit in Do - mi- 
no ; * adjutor eorum et protec - tor e - o - 
rum est. 

18 Domus Aaron spera - vit in Do- 
mino ; * adjutor eorum et protec - tor e - 
o - rum est. 

19 Qui timent Dominum, spera-ve - 
runt in Do - mino ; * adjutor eorum et 
protec - tor e - o - rum est. 

20 Dominus memor f u - it nos-tri, * 
et bene -dixit no -bis. 

21 Benedixit do -mui Is-ra-el,* bene- 
dixit do- mui A-a-ron. 

22 Benedixit omnibus qui ti - ment 
Do - mi - num, * pusillis cum - ma -jo - 
ri - bus. 

23 Adjiciat Domi - nus su -per vos, * 
super vos, et super fi - li - os ves - tros. 

24 Benedicti - vos a Do -mino, * qui 
fecit cce - lum et ter - ram. 

25 Ccelum - cceli Do- mino: * terram 
autem dedit fili - is ho - minum. 

26 Non mortui lauda - bunt te, Do - 
mine, ;: ' neque omncs qui descendunt 
in in - fcr - num. 

27 Sed nos qui vivimus, bene - dicimus 
Do - mino, * ex hoc nunc, et us - que ir 

> u - lum. 

Gloria Patri, etc. 



VESPERS. 

LAUDATE DOMINIUM: Psalm cxvi. 



(This Psalm is often sung in place of" In exitu Israel.") 

FIRST CHANT. 



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Dominum, om - nes gen - - tes:* eum, om - nes po - - puli. 
2 Quoniamconfir - 

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nos miseri - cor - dia e - - jus :* mini manet in se - ter - num. 

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f)ymnus. 

LUCIS CREATOR. 

(From Pentecost to Advent, and from Second Sunday after Epiphany to First 
Sunday in Lent. ) 

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2 Qui mane junctum vesperi 
Oiem vocari praecipis : 
Illabitur tetrum chaos, 
Audi preces cum fletibus. 

3 Ne mens gravata crimine, 
VitaB sit exul munere, 
Dum nil perenne cogitat, 
Seseque culpis illigat. 

if Dirigatur, Domine, oratio mea. 



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4 Coeleste pulset ostium, 
Yitale tollat praemium : 
Vitemus omne noxium, 
Purgemus omne pessimum. 

5 1 testa, Pater piissime, 
Patrique compar Unice, 
Cum Spiritu Paraclito, 
Regnans per omne soaculum. 

Amen. 
Sicut incensum in conspectu tuo. 



SECOND cHANT. 



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VESPERS. 
LUCIS CREATOR 

I 



27 



W- tU = 



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J. 



i Lu - cis ere - a - tor op ti - me, Lu - cem di - 




S J r ' J = ^ f7\ J I J J Id" 4 \ f J I L 1 1 1 



e - - rum pro - fe - rens, Pri - mor - di - is lu - cis no 






vae, Mun - di 



-s- 



pa - rans o - ri - gi - nem. A 







CREATOR ALME. 



Chant, pages 26 and 27.] 

1 Creator alme siderum, 
/Eterna lux credentium ; 
Jesu, Redemptor omnium, 
Intende votis supplicum. 

2 Qui daemenis ne fraudibus 
Periret orbis, impetu 
Amoris actus, languidi 
Mundi medela factus es. 

3 Commune qui mundi nefas 
Ut expiares, ad Crucem 

E Virginis Sacrario 
Intacta prodis victima. 



y Rorate cceli desuper, et nubes plu- 
ant justum. 



( For Advent.) 



4 Cujus potestas glorise, 
Nomenque cum primum sonat, 
Et coelites et inferi 
Tremente curvantur genu. 

5 Te deprecamur, ultima? 
Magnum diei Judicem : 
Armis supernae gratia? 
Defende nos ab hostibus. 

6 Virtus, honor, laus, gloria 
Deo Patri cum Filio, 
Sancto simul Paraclito, 

In saeculorum sa>cula. Amen. 

R Aperiatur terra, et germinet Sal- 
vatorem. 



28 



VESPERS. 



AUDI, BENIGNE CONDITOR. 



Chant pages 26 and 27.] (For Lent). 

1 Audi, benigne Conditor, 
Nostras preces cum fletibus, 
In hoc sacro jejunio 
Fusas quadragenario. 

2 Scrutator alme cordium, 
Infirma tu scis virium : 
Ad te reversis exhibe 
Remissionis gratiam. 

3 Multum quidem peccavimus, 
Sed parce confitentibus : 

f Angelis suis Deus mandavit de te. 



Ad nominis laudem tui 
Confer medelam languidis. 

4 Concede nostrum conteri 
Corpus per abstinentiam : 
Culpao ut relinquant pabulum 
Jejuna corda criminum. 

5 Praesta, beata Trinitas, 
Concede, simplex Unitas, 
Ut fructuosa sint tuis. 
Jejuniorum ruunera. Amen. 

$ Ut custodiant te in omnibus viis tuis 



VEXILLA REGIS. 

(For Passion time.) ~ „ 

v ' Gregorian Chant. 

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VEXILLA REGIS. -Continued. 



29 




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2 Quae vulnerata lancese 
Mucrone diro, criminum 
Ut nos lavaret sordibus, 
Manavit unda et sanguine. 

3 Impleta sunt qua? concinit 
David fideli carmine. 
Dicendo nationibus : 
Regnavit a ligno Deus. 

4 Arbor decora et fulgida, 
Ornata Regis purpura, 
Electa digno siipite 

Tarn sancta membra tangere. 

^ Eripe me, Domine, ab homine malo. 



5 Beata cujus brachiis 
Pretium pependit sasculi, 
Statera facta corporis, 
Tulitque praedam tartari. 

6 O Crux, ave, spes unica, 
Hoc Passionis tempore 
Piis adauge gratiam, 
Reisque dele crimina. 

7 Te, fons salutis Trinitas, 
Collaudet omnis sp 
Quibus Crucis victonam 
Largiris, adde praemium. 

A viro iniquo eripe me. 






Chant pages 2 6 and 27.] 



AD REGIAS AGNI 

[For Paschal I 



1 Ad regias Agni dapes, 
Stolis amicti candidis, 
Post transitum Maris Rubri, 
Christo canamus Principe 

2 Divina cujus charitas 
Sacrum propinat sanguinem, 
Almique membra corporis 
Amor Sacerdos immolat. 

3 Sparsum cruorem postibus 
Vastator horret Angelus : 
Eugitque divisum mare, 
Merguntur hostes fluctibus. 

4 Jam Pascha nostrum Christus est, 
Paschalis idem Victima. 
Et pura puris mentibus 
Sinceritatis azyma. 

f Mane nobiscum, Domine. Alleluia. Tt Quoniam advesperascit. 



5 O vera coeli Victima, 
Subjecta cui sunt tartara, 
Soluta mortis vincula, 
Recepta vitas praemia. 

G Victor, subactis inferis, 
Trophsea Christus explicat, 
Cceloque aperto, subditum ; 
Regem tenebrarum trahit. 

7 Ut sis perenne mentibus 
Paschale, Jesu, gaudium, 
A morte dira criminum 
Vitas renatos libera. 



8 Deo Patri sit gloria, 
Et Filio, qui a mortuis 
Surrexit, ac Paraclito, 
In sempiterna satcula. 



Amen. 
Alleluia. 



30 



VESPERS. 



MAGNIFICAT- 






I Mag 



1^1 

anima 



Do - mi -num. 



^Bg -I» I o^T^ftw fr^^E 



2 Et exultavit spiritus me -us: " :: " in 
Deo salu- ta-rime-o. 

3 Quia respexit humilitatem ancillae 
su - ae : * ecce enim ex hoc beatam me 
dicent, omnes gene - ra - ti - o - nes. 

4 Quia fecit mihi magna qui po-tens 
est :* et sanctum no - men e -jus. 

5 Et misericord ia ejus a progenie in 
pro-ge-nies: * timen - ti -bus e - um. 

6 Fecit potentiam in brachio su - o : * 



dispersit superbos mente cor - dis su - i. 

7 Deposuit potentes de se - de : * et 
exal • ta - vit hu - miles. 

8 Esurientes implevit bo- nis: * et di- 
vites dimi-sit - in - an es. 

g Suscepit Israel puerum su - um : * 
recordatus misericor dise su-ae. 

io Sicut locutusest ad patres nos-tros :* 
Abraham et semini e - jus in ssb - cula. 

Gloria Patri, etc. 



A ml ante. 

_H» 1 > , U 



ALMA REDEMPTORIS MATER, 

(From Advent to Purification.) 



jzq=q=tiprj=l 






Solo 



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Al - ma, Al - ma, Al 

Sur-ge-re qui cu - rat Pop 

go pri - us ac po: 



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ALMA REDEMPTORIS-CONTINUED. 

-A- — , — U 



31 



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Christmas and afU r. 

^ Post partum, Virgo, inviolata per- 

mansisti. 
1$ Dei Genitrix, intercede pro nobis. 



32 



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VESPERS. 

AVE REGINA. 

(Pur)Jication till Easter.) 

l—i r r 



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SOLO. 



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VESPERS. 
AVE REGINA-Continued. 



33 



CHORUS. Tastorale. 




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VESPERS. 
AVE REGINA-Continued. 



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^ Pignnre me Inudare to, Virgo sacrata. 
Ij} Da mihi virtutcm contra hostes tuos. 



SOLO. Allegretto., a , 

35 ZJ-C-x-3 _ 



VESPERS. 

REGINA CCELI— No. 

(Easier to Pentecost.) 



35 



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36 



SOLO. 



VESPERS. 



REGINA CCELI-Continued. 




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Qui-a quern me - ra - is - ti me-ru - is - ti por - ta - re; Al-le-lu- 

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.g.SOLO. Allegretto. 



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VESPERS. 



37 



REGINA CCELI-Continued. 



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B 1 Qui surrexit, Dominus vere. Alleluia. 



REGINA CGELI.-No. 2. 



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Andante. DUETT, Sopranos. 



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38 



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REGINA CCEU-Continued. 

SOPRANO 2nd. 



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CHORUS. Alleluia. 






Re - sur-rex-it si - cut dix - it, Re - sur-rex - it si - cut dix - it. 






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VESPERS. 
REGINA CCELI-Continued. 



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CHORUS. A 1 



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SOLO. 



SALVE REGINA, 




^-T ^* 1 ^ ^ 



i Salve, sal - ve, sal - ve, Re-gi- d a, Ifa - tec mis -cor - di - 

2 Ad te clama-mas ex - a-les Fi-Kiex - u-les Fi - li - i E- 

3 Eia er - go, Advocata .-.'.- vo ca - ta - r. m - 

4 Et Je - sum be • ne - dictum fruc-tum ven - tris tu - i _ 




fit osrs 



e=^:L 



vae; 
tra! 
nobis 




Et spes nos-tra, nos-tra, salve. 

in hac la - cry-ma- rum valle. 

occulcs ad nos cor - - te. 

f O cle - mens, O - pi a, 

Ma-ri - a. 



UmUj * l*JJLJ J I H I 1_J1 



- ta vi-ta dul - - ce-do, I 
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II - los tu-os miseri - c: 
90IM Rmsa. post hoc exiliom os - : 




wzw 



a pro nobis, sancta I -i\. 

I digni em 



40 



VESPERS. 

Benebtction, 



SALUTARIS-No. 1 




VVEBBE 



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SALUTARIS.-No. 2. 



A. WERNER. 
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ff'r i r r J r 

O sa - lu - ta - ris Hos - ti - a, 
Un - i trin-o . que Do - mi - no 

a J J J. i- J. J J.J 



Qua) co3 - li pan - dis 
Sit semp-i - tern - a 

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VESPERS. 
O SALUTARIS— Continued. 



41 




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SALUTARIS.— No. 3, 



T^ar ghetto. 






1 1 

O sa 
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tri 



ta - ris, Hos - ti - a, Quae cce - h 

no - que Do - mi - no Sit sem - pi- 



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^g^i^^^lzfc^zfefc ^lf f 1 r; ,-^-pt 



42 



VESPERS. 

O SALUTARIS-Continued. 



*- 



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I|l=illi|iPI|ipip;pipifp| 

- a, Da r bar fee aux - i - li - urn. 

- no No -bis don- in pnt - ri - a. A. - - um. 

v J. c> ■■ f 5 *^ ■ 'r>- 



*g=iigiliS3IIM=lfS 



1 



TANTUM ERGO.-No, 1. 



Moderato. 



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Gen - i - to - ri, Gen - i - to - que Laus et ju bi- 



i— S: 



i i 









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cer - nu - i : 
la - ti - o. 



Et an - ti - quum do - cu - men - turn 
Sa - lus, hon - or, vir - tus quo - que 

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if Panem de coelo praestitisti eis. Alleluia. 

V> Cmne delectamentum in se habentem, Alleluia, 

. Psalm — Laudait Dominum, pag 



SECOND VESPERS. 

(FOR All APOSTLE.) 

is First Vespers, \ age 22» 

EXULTET ORBIS. 



CBAITTS PaOSS 26 AHfi 27. 

Exultet orbis gaudiis : 
Ccelum resultet laudibus : 
Apostolorum gloriam 
Tell us et astra concinunt* 

Vos saeculorum judices 
mundi lumina, 
Votis precamur cordium ; 
Audite voces supplicum. 

Qui templa coeli claudii 
Serasque verbo solvitis, 
Nos a reatu noxios 
Solvi jubete, qua.-sumus. 

■! oranem terram exivit sonus eorum. 
terras verba eorum. 



Pra?cepta quorum protinur 
Languor, salusque sentiunt 
Sanate mentes languidas, 
Augete nos virtutibus: 

Ut, cum redibit Arbiter 
In fine Christus ssscali, 
Nos sempiterni gaudii 

Concedat esse compotes. 

Patri, simulque Filio, 
Tibique, sancte Spiritua, 
Sicut fuit, sit jugiter 

clum per oniin- gloria. \mer. 

V. Annuntiavenint - 

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VESFERS. 



Ad ar. 

Currunt statim dum a 
Ilia? micantis obvia 
Christi tenent vestigi 

Galilaeae ad alta montium 
Se conferunt Apostoli. 
Jesuque, voti compotes ; 
Almo beantur lumine. 



is persns mentibus 
Paschale. Jesu, gaudium. 
A morte dira criminum 
Yitae renatos libera. 

Deo Patri sit gloria, 

Et Filio, qui a mortuis 

Surrexit, ac Paraclito, 

In sempiterna saecula. Amen, 



Am - . tecost) 



tibi sit gloria, 
Qui victor in coelum redis ; 

\. Sancri ec justi in Domino gaudate, 
::a. 



Cum Patre, et almo Spiritu, 
In sempiterna saecula. Amen. 

R= Yos elegit Deus in hereditatem 
sibi- Alleluia. 



THIRD VESPERS. 

(FOR AM APOSTLE,) 

7 : . . L . Q — Dixit Dominvjs, po.n-z n ,l ; I 



CREDIDI. ftalm ocv. 

Chaht as for Confitebor, F 



CREDIDI. propter- quod lo-cutus- 
sum ; * ego autem humilia - tus sum 
nim-is. 

2 Ego dixi in ex-cessu me-o: " r Omnis 
ho - mo men - dax. 

3 Quid re -tribuam Do - mino, • pro 
omnibus quae re - tribu - it mi - hi ? 

4 Calicem salu -tarisac -ci-piam, • et 
nomen Domini in - vo - ca - bo. 

5 Vota mea Domino reddam coram 
omni - populoe-jus : • pretiosa in con- 



spectu Domini mors sane - to - rum e - jus. 

6 O Domine, quia ego- servus tu - us : * 
egoservustuus, et filiusan-cil - lae tu -89. 

7 Dirupisti- vincula me- a : * tibi sac- 
rificabo hostiam laudis, et nomen Dom- 
ini in - vo - ca - bo. 

S Vota mea Domino reddam in con- 
spectu omnis- populi e -jus : * in atriis 
domus Domini, in medio - tui, Je - ru - 
salem. 

Gloria Patri etc. 



IN CONVERTENDO. Psalm cxx". 

Chant as for Beatus Yir, Pages zz and 23. 



IN convertendo Dominus captivi - ta - 
tern Si - on, * facti sumus sicut con - 
so -la - ti. 

2 Tunc repletum est gau - dio os nos - 
trum, * et lingua nostra exul - ta - tione. 

3 Tunc dicent in - ter gen - tes 
nificavit Dominus fa - ce - re cur/. 

4 Magnificavit Dominus fa - ce - ro 
no - biscum :* facti - sumus lae - tar. 



5 Convene, Domine, captivi - ta - tern 
nos - tram, * sicut tor - rens in Aus - tro. 

6 Qui seminant - in la - cry - mis, * in 
exultati - o - ne me - tent. 

7 Euntes-ibant et fle-bant,* mittentes 
se- mi - na su - a. 

8 Venientes autem venient cum ex - 
ul - ta - tione, * portantes mani - pu - los 
su - os. 

. ria Patri etc. 



VESPERS. 

OOMINE PPOBASTI. Psalm cxxxviii. 

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DOMIXE. probasti me, et cog - no - 
- ti me : * tu cognovisti ses- 
sionem meam et resurecti - on - em 
meant. 

2 Intellexisti cogitationes me - as de 
Ion - ge : * semitam meam et funiculum 
meum in - ves - ti - gasti. 

3 Et omnes vias meas prae - vi - di - 
sti ; * quia non est sermo in lin - gua 
me - a. 

4 Ecce, Domine, tu cognovisti omnia 
novissima - et an - ti - qua : * tu formasti 
me,etposuisti super me man -um tu- am. 

5 Mirabilis facta est scientia - tu - a 
ex me : * confortata est, et non po - te - ro 
ad e - am. 

6 Quo ibo a spirittu tu - o ? * et quo 
a facie tu - a fu - gi - :-.. 

7 Siascenderoia coelum, tu ill - ic 
si descendero in in - fer - num, a- des. 

8 Si sumpsero pennas meas - di - lu - 
cu-lo, * et habitavero in ex - tre - mis 
ma-ris: 

9 Etenim illuc manus tua de-du-cet 
me : * et tenebit me dex - te - ra tu - a. 

io I For si tan tenebrae con - 

cul - ca - bunt me. * et nox illuminatio 
mea in deli - ci - is me -is. 

n Quia tenebrae non obscurabuntur a 
te. et nox sicut dies il - lu - mi - na - bi - 
tur : * sicut tenebrae ejus, ita et lu - men 
e -jus. 



12 Quia tu possedis:: re - nes me- 
suscepisti me de utero ma - tris me - ae. 

13 Confitebor tibi, quia terribiliter 

-tnses: * mirabilia opera 
tua, et anima mea cog - mis. 

14 Xon est occultatum os meurr. 
quod: in oc - cul -i ' -: sub- 

ia mea in inferio - ri - bus trr- rae. 

15 Imperfect um meum viderunt oculi 
I in libro tuo om - nes scri-ben- 

tur :* diesformabuntur,et ne-moine -is, 

Ifihi :.;ea nimis honorincat: 
amici tu - i. De - us : * nimis confortatus 
.nci - pa - tus e - o - rum. 
: - Dinu m e r b : bos el super arenam 
multi- pli - ca - bun - tur ; * exsurre 
ad - hue sum te - cum. 

[8 Si ; . pec-ca - to- 

res ' viri sanguinum,de:. me: 

Juia dicitis in cogi - ta - ti - o - ne :* 
tn - as. 

20 Xonne qui oderunt te, Do - mine, 
o -de -ram ' e: super inimicos tuos 
ta - bes - ce - barr. - 

21 Perfecto odio o -de -ram il - los, * 
et inimici fac - ti sunt mi - hi. 

__ Proba me - scito cor me- 

um : * interroga me. et cognosce se - mi - 
tas me- as. 

23 Et vide si via iniqui - ta - tis in me 
est : * et deduc me in vi - a ae - ter - na. 

Gloria Patri, etc. 



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FOURTH VESPERS. 
i-?ers of::.-. . AND virg: 

Psalms — Dk I .1. Laud r 

L/ETATUS SUM, Psalm exxi. 

r as for Confitebor F>. 



L.ETATUS sum in his quae- dicta sunt 
mi - hi : * In domum-Domini - i - bi - 
mus. 

2 Stantes erant pe - des nos - tri * in 
atriis tu - is, Je - ru - salem. 

3 Jerusalem, quae aedinca"- tur ut ci - 
vitas : * cujus participatio ejus in id - ip - 
sum. 

4 Illuc enim ascenderunt tribus, tri - 
bus Do- mini. * testimonium Israel ad 
confitendum no - mi - ni Do - mini. 



. . sederunt sedes- in ju-di. 
cio, * sedes super do - mum David. 

6 Rogate quae ad pacem - sunt Je - ru - 
salem,*et abundantia dili - gen -ti-buste. 

7 Fiat pax in vir-tu-te tu-a. * ct 
abundantia in tur - ri - bus tu - 

'-. ropter fratres meos et prox - i - mos 
meos, * loquebar pa - cem 

9 Propter domum Domini - Dei nos - 
tri. * quaesivi bo - na ti . bi. 

Gloria Patri, etc. 



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VESPERS. 



NISI DOMINUS. , Psalm cxxvi, 

Chant as for Beatus Vir, Pages 22 and 23. 



NISI Dominus redin-ca-verit do - mum, 
* in vanum laboraverunt qui aedi - 
ii - cant e - am. 

2 Nisi Dominus custodierit ci - vi - ta - 
tern, * frustra \igilat qui custo - dit 
e - am. 

3 Vanum est vobis ante lu - cem sur - 
gere : * surgite postquam sederitis, qui 
manducatis pa - nem do - lo - ris. 



4 Cum dederit dilectis suis - som * 
niim : * ecce haereditas Domini, filii 
merces, fruc - tus ven - tris. 

5 Sicut sagittal in ma-nu po - ten - tis,* 
ita filii ex - cus - so - rum. 

6 Beatus vir qui implevit desideiium 
su-um ex ip - sis: * non confundetur cum 
loquetur inimicis su - is in por ta. 

Gloria Patri, etc. 



LAUDA JERUSALEM. Psalm cxlvii. 



Chant as for Laudat* 



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AUDA Jeru - salem, Domi - num : 
lauda Deum tu - um, Si - on. 



2 Quoniam confortavit seras porta-rum 
tu - ar - um, * benedixit filiis tu - is in te. 

3 Qui posuit fines tu -os pa - cem, * et 
adipe frumenti sa- tiat te. 

4 Quiemittit eloquium suum ter-ra3 : * 
volociter currit ser - mo e -jus. 

5 Qui dat nivem si-cut la - nam : * ne- 
bulam sicut • cinerem spar - git. 



Domi num, Page 25. 

6 Mittit crystallum suam si - cut buc- 
cel - las : * ante faciem frigoris ejus quis 
sus- ti- ne - bit ? 

7 Emittet verbum suum, et liquefa-ciet 
e - a : * flabit spiritus ejus, - et flu - ent 
a - quae. 

8 Qui anuntiat verbum su - um - Ja - 
cob : * justitias et judicia su - a I - srael. 

9 Xon fecit taliter omni na - ti - o - ni, * 
et judicia sua non manifesta- vit - e- is. 

Gloria Patri, etc. 



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Gabriclis ore, 
Funda nos in pace, 
Mutans EvaB nomen. 

Solve vincla reis, 
Profer lumen caicis ; 
Mala nostra pelle, 
Bona cuncta posce. 

Monstra te esse matrem 
Sumat per te preces, 
Qui pro nobis natus 
Tulit esse tuus. 



Virgo singularis, 
Inter omnes mitis, 
Nos culpis solutos, 
Mites fac et castos. 

Vitam prsesta puram, 
Iter para tutum, 
Ut videntes Jesum, 
Semper collaetemur. 

Sit laus Deo Patri, 
Summo Christo decus, 
Spiritui Sancto, 
Tribus honor unus. Amen. 



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JESU, CORONA VIRGINUM. 



Chants Pages 26 and 27 

Jesu, corona Virginum, 
•Quem mater ilia concipit, 
Quae sola Virgo parturit, 
Haecvota clemens accipe. 

Qui pergis inter lilia, 
Septis choreis Virginum, 
Sponsus decorus gloria, 
Sponsisque reddens praemia. 

Quocumque tendis, Virgines, 
Sequuntur, atque laudibus 

y Specie tua et pulchritudine tua. 



(For Virgins ) 



Post te canentes cursitant, 
Hymnosque dulces personam. 

Te deprecamur supplices, 
Nostris ut addas sensibus 
Nescire prorsus cmnia 
Corruptionis vulnera. 

Virtus, honor, laus, gloria 
Deo Patri cum Filio, 
Sancto simul Paraclito, 
In saeculorum saecula, Amen. 

$ Intende, prospere procede, et regna. 



FORTEM VIRILI PECTORE 

(Neither Virgins nor Martyrs.) 
Chants Pages 26 and 27. 

Fortem virili pectore 
Laudemus omnes feminam, 
Quae sanctitatis gloria 
Ubique fulget inclyta. 



Orationis nutriens, 
Coeli potitur gaudiis. 



Hffic sancto amore saucia, 
Dum mundi amorem noxium 
Horrescit, ad coelestia 
Iter peregit arduum. 

Carnem domans jejuniis, 
Dulcique mentem pabulo 

y Diffusa est gratia in labiis tuis, 



Rex Christe, virtus fortium, 
Qui magna solus efficis, 
Hujus precatu, quaesumus, 
Audi benignus supplices. 

Deo Patri sit gloria, 
Ej usque soli Filio, 
Cum Spiritu Paraclito, 
Nunc, et per omne saeculum. 



Amen. 



l£ Propterea benedixit te Deus in 
sternum. 



FOR THE FOLLOWING FEASTS OF THE B. V. M., PSALMS, ETC., ARE TAKEN FROM 
FOURTH VESPERS, PAGE 47. 

[TJu Espousals, ■ <'/•'/ Sunday after Epiphany). 

y Desponsatio 1 st hodie sanctffi M triaj Virginis. 
J^i Cujus vita inclyta cunctas illustrat ecclesias. 



VESPERS, ci 

[Purification, Feb. 2nd). 

V. Responsum accepit Simeon a Spiritu Sancto. 

R. Non visurum se mortem, nisi videret Christum Domini. 

{Annunciation, March 25th). 

V. Ave, Maria, gratia plena. R. Dominus tecum. 

(The Most Pure Heart, 3rd Sunday after Pentecost). 

V. Viam mandatorum tuorum cucurri. R. Cum dilatasti cor meum, 

(Assumption, August loth). 

V. Exaltata est sancta Dei Genitrix. 

R. Super choros Angelorum ad coelestia regna. 

(Nativity, Sejrt. 8th). 

V. Nativitas est hodie sanctae Mariae virginis. 
R. Cujus vita inclyta cunctas illustrat Ecclesias. 

(Seven Dolors, 3rd Sunday of Sept). 

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2 Os su - a - ve, mi - te - pec - tus Et la - tus dul-cis - si-mum, 

3 Cen -ti - es - que mil - li - es - que Strin-git arc- tis nex - i - bus. 

4 Ei - a, Mat - er, ob • se - era - mus Per tu - as has lac - ry-mas, 

5 Es - to Pat - ri, Fi - li - o - que, Et co - se - vo Fla - mi - ni, 

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Et rub- ras cru - o - re plan-tas ALj - ra tin - git lac - ry - mis. 

Sic - que to - ta col - li - ques - cit In do - lo - ris os - cu - lis. 
Hunc tu - i cor-dis do- lo -rem, Con-de nos - tris cor - di-bus. 
Et per - en - nis laus ho - nor-que Hoc et ora - ni Saec-u - lo. Amen. 

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V. Regina martyrum, ora pro nobis. Ej . i Jure juxta crucem Jesu constitisti. 

{The Most Holy Rosary, 1st Sunday of October). 

(The Maternity, 2nd Sunday of October.) 

y . Bendicta tu in mulieribus. tf Et benedictus fructus ventris tui. 

[The Purity, 3rd Sunday of October). 



X . Cum jucunditate Virginitatem 
beatae Mariae semper virginis celebre- 
mus. 



It Ut ipsa pro nobis intercedat ad 
Dominum Jesum Christum. 



PR/ECLARA CUSTOS VIRGINUM, 



Chants Pages 26 and 27. 

Pr/Eclara custos Virginum, 
Intacta Mater Num uis, 
Coalestis aulas janua, 
Spes nostra, cceli gaudium. 

Inter rubeta lilium, 
Columba formosissimn, 
Virga e radice germinans 
ro medelam vulneri. 

Turris draconi impervia. 
Arnica Stella naufra. 



Tuere nos a fraud ibus, 
Tuaque luce dirige. 

Erroris umbras discute, 
Syrtes dolosas amove, 
Eluctus tot inter devils. 
Tutam reclude semi tarn. 

Jesu. tibi sit g'oria, 
Qui natue es de Virgine, 

Cum P, tre, et almo Spiritu, 
In sempiterna saecula. Amen 



[ImmaculaU Conception, • tmber.) 

I [ymnus — Praclara cusU 

\ Immaculata conceptio est hodie rpentis caput virgineo pede 

Sanctao Marin Virginis. contrivit. 



' J'lf Patronagi , fnd Sunday of Now mbt r. 



VESPERS. 

FIFTH VESPERS* 

(for martyrs.) 

Psalms — Same ax First Vespers, page 21. 



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DEUS, TUORUM MILITUM. 



Chants Pages 26 and 27. 

Deus, tuorum militum 
Sors et corona, praemium, 
Laudes canentes Martyris 
Absolve nexu criminis. 

Hie nempe mundi gaudia, 
Et blanda fraudum pabula, 
Imbuta felle deputans, 
Pervenit ad coelestia. 

Posnas cucurrit fortiter, 
Et sustulit viriliter, 

if Gloria et horore coronasti eum, 
Domine. 

1$ Et constituisti eum super opera 
manuum tuarum. 



Fundensque pro te sanguinem, 
/Eterna dona possidet. 

Ob hoc precatu supplici 
Te poscimus, piissime : 
In hoc triumpho Martyris 
Dimitte noxam servulis. 

Laus et perennis gloria 
Patri sit, atque Filio, 
Sancto simul Paraclito, 
In sempiterna saecula. Amen. 

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Hi sunt quos fatue mundus abhorruit : 
Hunc fructu vacuum, floribus andum 
Contempsere tui nominis assecla?, 
Jesu, Rex bonj Ccelitum, 

Hi pro te furias atque minas truces 
Calcarunt hominum, saevaque verbera : 
His cessit lacerans fortiter ungula, 
Nee carpsit penetralia. 

Caeduntur gladiis more bidentium : 
Non murmur resonat, non quenmonia : 

V. LflBtamini in Domino, et exultate, 
justi. 

R. Et gloriamini, omnes recti corde. 



Sed corde impavido msns bene conscia 
Conservat patientiam. 

Qua 1 vox, quae poterit lingua retexere 
Qua? tu Martyiibus munera pneparas ? 
Rubri nam rluido sanguine fulgidis 
Cingunt tempora laureis. 

Te. summa O Deltas, unaque. poscimui 
Ut culpas abigas, noxia subtrahas, 
Des pacem famulis, ut tibi gloriam 
Annorum in senem canant. Amen. 

V. Extultabunt Sancti in gloria. 
R. La^tabuntur in cubilibus suis. 



SIXTH VESPERS. 

(KOR MARTYRS.) 

Psalms -For first four set First Vtaptrs, pzgt ?1 ; Fifth, Crtdidi, page j6. 
Kymnus Sattctorium Meritis, pagt 

(For many Martyks -P&schaltimi.) 



Rex g!oriose Ma-tyrum, 
Corona Confitentium, 
Qui respuentes terrea 
Perducis ad coelestia : 

Aurem benignam protinus 
[ntendfl nostris vocibus : 
Trophaa sacra pangimus; 
[gnosce quod deliquimns. 

s.iii' ti e1 justi, in Domino gaudete, 
All'-luia. 



Tu vincis inter Martyres, 
Parcisque confessonbus : 
Tu vince nostra crimina, 
Largitor indulgentia'. 

Deo Patri sit gloria, 

Et Filio, qui a mortuis 
Surrexit, ac Paraclito, 

In Sempiterna Bncula. Amen. 
V elegit IVus in lui-reditatem sibi. 
Alleluia. 



VESPERS-. 



55 



SEVENTH VESPERS, 

(for confessors, etc.) 

Psalms — Same as First Vespers, page 21. 

ISTE CONFESSOR-No. I. 




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Qui pius, prudens. humilis, pudicus, 
Sobriam duxit sine labe vitam, 
Donee humanos animavit aurae 
Spiritus artus. 

Cujus ob prajstans meritum 'frequenter 
^Egra quas passim jacuere, membra, 
Viribus morbi, domitis, saluti 
Restituuntur. 



Noster hinc illi chorus obsequentem 
Concinit laudem, celebresque palmas 
Ut piis ejus precibus juvemur 
Omne per aevum. 

Sit Salus illi, decus, atque virtus, 
Qui, super cceli solio coruscans, 
Totius mundi seriem gubernat 
Trinus et unus. Amen. 



y . Amavit eum Dominus et ornavit eum. $. Stolam glorias induit eum. 



VESFERS. 

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EIGHTH VESPERS. 

For Confessors, etc. 
Psalms — For first four, see First Vespers, page 21, 

MEMENTO DOMINE. Last Psalm, cxxxi. 

Chant as for Laudute Dominion Page 25. 



MEMENTO, Do - mine, Da - vid, * 
et omnis mansue tu-dinis e-jus, 

2 Sicut jura- vit Do - mino ; * votum 
vovit De - o Ja - cob : 

3 Si introiero in tabernaculum, do-mus 
me - ae : * si ascendero in lectum stra - ti 
me - i : 

4 Si dedero pomnum o - culis mo - is, 
*et palpebris meis dormi - ta-ti-o- nem. 

5 Et requiem temporibus meis, donee 
inveniam lo - cum - Do - mino, * taber- 
naculum De - o ]a - cob 



6 Ecce audi vim us earn in- Eph -ra-ta: 
* invenimus cam in camp - is sil - vas. 

7 Introibimus in taberna-culum e-jus:* 
adorabimusinloco, ubi steterunt pe -des 
e - jus. 

8 Surge, Domine, in re-quiem tu-am, * 
tu et area sanctifica - tio - nis tu - ae. 

g Sacerdotes tui induantur jus-ti- 
tiam, * et sancti tui - ex - ul - tent. 

jo 1 'ropter David ser - vum tu - um, * 
non avertas faciem Chris - ti tu - i. 

11 Juravit Dominus David veritatein, 



VESPERS. 



et non frustra - bitur e - am : * De fructu 
ventris tui-ponam super se - dem tu - am. 

12 Si custodierint filii tui testamen- 
tumme-um, * et testimonia mea haec 
quae doce - bo e - os : 

13 Et filii eorum usque - in sae-cu-lum,* 
sedebunt super se - dem tu - am. 

14 Quoniam elegit Do-minus Si-on, * 
elegit earn in habitatio - nem si - bi. 

15 Hsec requies mea in see - culum sae- 
culi : * hie habitabo, quoniam ele - gi 
e - am. 

% Justum deduxit Dominus per vias 
rectas. 



57 

16 Viduam ejusbenedicens be-ne -di - 
cam : * pauperes ejus satura - bo pa - ni- 
bus. 

17 Sacerdotesejus induam sa - lu-ta- 
ri, * et sancti ejus exultatione e-xul- 
ta - bunt. 

18 Illucproducamcor - nu Dav - id : * 
paravi lucernam Chris - to me - o. 

19 Inimicos ejus induam confu-si-o- 
ne : * super ipsum autem efflorebit sanc- 
tifica - ti - o me - a. 

Gloria Patri, etc. 

R 1 Et Ostendit ill i regnum Dei. 



Hymnus — Iste Confessor, page 55. 
SPECIAL VESPERS. 



Psalms — Dixit Dominus, 2> a '.l e 21 J ConJUebor tibi,pci(je 22 ; Beatvs vir,poge 22. 

DE PROFUNDIS. Psalm exxix, 

Chant as for Lcuidate Tueri, page 23. 



DE profundis clamavi ad te, Do - 
mine : * Domine, exaudi vo - 
cem me - am. 

2 Fiant aures tuae intenden - tes * 
in vocem deprecatio -nis me-03. 

3 Si iniquitates observaveris, Do - 
mine, * Domine, quis sus - ti -ne- bit ? 

4 Quia apud te propitiatio est, * 
Et propter legem tuam susti nu - i te, 
Do- mine. 



5 Sustinuit anima mea in verbo 
e-jus: * Speravit anima me -a in Do- 
mino. 

6 A custodia matutina usque ad noc- 
tem, * speret Isra- el in Do-mino. 

7 Quia apud Dominum misericor- 
dia, * et cupiosa apud e - um re - 
demp - tio. 

8 Et ipse redimet Is - rael * ex omni- 
bus iniquita - ti- bus e-jus. 

Gloria Patri, etc. 
Mi mi nto Domine. Dfirid, page 50. 



JESU REDEMPTOR OMNIUM, 



Chants Pagi S 26 and 2: 



Jesu, Redemptor omnium, 
Quern lucis ante originem 
Parem paternse gloria 

Pater supremus edidit. 

Tu lumen et splendor Patris, 

, omnium, 
[ntende quas fundunt preces 
Tui per orbem servuli. 



Memento, rerum Conditor, 
Nostri quod olim corporis, 
Sacrata ab alvo Virginis 
Nascendo, formam sumpseris. 

• :r hoc prsesens dies 
Currens per anni circulum, 
SOIUS e sinu Patris 

lus adveneris. 



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VESPERS. 



Hunc astra, tellus, a?quora, 
Hunc omne quod ccelo subest. 
Salutis Auctorem novaB 
Novo salutat cantico. 

Et nos beata quos sacri 
Rigavit unda Sanguinis, 

y Crastina die delebitur iniquitas terrae. 

IJ) Et regnabit super nos salvator mundi. 



Natalis ob diem tui, 
Hymni tributum solvimus. 

Jesu, tibi sit gloria, 
Qui natus es de viigine 
Cum Patre et almo Spiritu 
In sempiterna saecula. Amen. 
Notum fecit Dominus. Alleluia 
Sulutare suum. Alleluia. 



Chants Pages 26 and 2; 

Crudelis Herodes, Deum 
Regem venire quid times? 
Non eripit mortalia 
Qui regna dat coelestia, 

Ibnnt Magi, quam viderant 
Stellam sequentes praeviam : 
Lumen requirunt lumine : 
Deum fatentur munere. 

Lavacra puri gurgitis, 
Coelestis Agnus attigit, 



Psalms — Same as First Vespers, page 81. 

CRUDELIS HERODES, DEUM. 



y Reges Tharsis et 
offerent. 



insulau munera 



Peccata, quae non detulit, 
Nos abluendo sustulit. 

Novum genus potentiae ! 
Aquas rubescunt hydrias, 
Vinumque jussa fundere, 
Mutavit unda originem. 

Jesu, tibi sit gloria, 
Qui apparuisti gentibus, 
Cum Patre et almo Sptritu, 
In sempiterna saecula. Amen. 

It Reges Arabum et Saba dona addu 
cent. 



£ea&t of thv* J&loat £)olii Jtatm\ 

(Second Sunday after Epiphany.) 
Psalms — For first four, see First Vespers, page 21; last Psalm, Credidi, page jb\ 



JESU DULCIS MEMORIA. 



Chants Pages 26 and 27. 



Jesu dulcis memoria, 
Dans vera cordis gaudia : 
Sed super mel et omnia 
Ejus dulcis praesentia. 

Nil canitur suavius, 
Nil auditur jucundius, 
Nil cogitatur dulcius, 
Quam Jesus Dei Filius. 

Jesu, spes pocnitentibus, 
Quam pins cs petentibus ! 



V Sit 
Alleluia. 



Nomen Domini benedictum. 



Quam bonus te quacrentibus ! 
Sed quid invenientibus ? 

Nee lingua valet dicere, 
Nee litttra exprimere : 
Expertus potest credere 
Quid sit Jesum diligere. 

Sis, Jesu, nostrum gaudium, 

Qui es iuturus pracmium : 

Sit nostra in te gloria, 

1 vr cuncta semper ssscula, Amm 

1; l'\ hoc nunc et nsquo in sflBculuxn 

Alleluia. 



VESPERS. 
Psalms — Same as First Vespers, page 21. 



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Psalms — Same as First Vespers, page 21. 

SALUTIS HUMAN/E. 



Salutis hu manse Sator, 
Jesu, voluptas cordium, 
Orbis redempti Conditor, 
Et casta lux amantium : 

Qua victus es dementia, 
Ut nostra ferres crimina, 
Mortem subires innocens, 
A morte nos ut tolleres ! 

Perrumpis infernum chaos ; 
Vinctis catenas detrahis ; 

if. AscenditDeusin jubilatione. Alleluia. 
Ij?. Et Dominus in voce tubae. Alleluia. 



Victor triumpho nobili 
Ad dexteram Patris sedes. 

Te cogat indulgentia, 
Ut damna nostra sarcias, 
Tuiqne vultus compotes 
Dites beato lumine. 

Tu dux ad astra, et semita, 

Sis meta nostris cordibus, 

Sis lacrymarum gaudium, 

Sis dulce vitas prsemium. Amen. 

i' . Dominus in coelo. Alleluia. 
tf. Paravit sedem suam. Alleluia. 



gea&t of the iftlcret £)olu family < 

(Third Sunday after Epiphany.) 
Psalms — Same as Fourth Vespers, page ^7. 

LUX BEATA C^LITQM. 



Music as Chants Pages 26 and '27. 

O lux beata caelitum 
Et summa spes mortalium, 
Jesu, o cui domestica 
Arrisit orto caritas : 

Maria, dives gratia, 
O sjla quae casto potes 
Fovere Jesum pectore, 
Cum lacta donans oscula : 

Tuque ex vetustis patribus 
Delecte custos Virginis, 
DuLi patris quern nomine 
Divina proles invocat : - 

De stirpe Jesse nobili 
Nati in salutem gentium, 
Audite nos qui supplices 
Vestras ad aras s stun us. 



Dura sol redux ad vespenim 
Rebus nitorem detrahit, 
Nos hie manentes intimo 
Ex corde vota fundimus. 

Qua vestra sedes floruit 
Virtutis omnis gratia, 
Hanc detur in domesticis 
Referre posse moribus. 

Jesu, tibi sit gloria, 
Qui natus es de Virgine, 
Cum Patre et almo Spiritu 
In sempiterna sa^cula. 

Amen. 

V. Verbum caro factum est, alleluia. 
R. Et habitavit in nobis, alleluia. 



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VESPERS. 

$?atrxmag* of get* Zo&cph. 

(Third Sunday after Easier.) 



Psalms — Same a* First Vespers, pag< 
Hymnus — Te Joseph, pag< 



y Sub umbra illius quern desideraver- 
am sedi. Alleluia. 



It Et Fru.ctus ejus dulcis gutturi meo 
Alleluia. 



Psalms — Same as First Vespers, page 21. 

VENI, CREATOR. 



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Altissimi donum Dei, 
Fons vivus, ignis, charitas, 
Et spiritalis unctio. 

Tu septiformis muhere, 
Digitus pateroae dexteraB, 
Tu rite promissum Patris, 
Sermone ditans guttura. 

Accende lumen sensibus, 
Infunde amorem cordibus, 
Infirma nostri corporis 
Virtute firmans perpeti. 

V. Repleti sunt omnes Spiritu Sancto. 
Alleluia. 

R. Et coeperunt loqui, Alleluia. 



Hostem repellas longius, 
Pacemque dones protinus : 
Ductore sic te praevio, 
Vitemus omne noxium. 

Per te sciamus da Patrem, 
Noscamus atque Filium, 
Teque utriusque Spiritum 
Credamus omni tempore. 

Deo Patri sit gloria, 

Et Filio, qui a mortuis 

Surrexit, ac Paraclito, 

In saeculorum saecula. Amen. 

V. Loquebantur variis linguis Apos 
toli. Alleluia. 

R. Magnalia Dei. Alleluia. 



Psalms — Same as First Vespers, page 21. 



JAM SOL RECEDIT IGNEUS, 



Chants Pages 26 and 27. 



Jam sol recedit igneus : 
Tu, lux perennis, Unitas, 
Nostris, beata Trinitas. 
Infunde amorem cordibus. 

Te mane laudum carmine 
Te deprecamur vespere ;- 



Digneris, ut te supplices 
Laudemus inter Coelites. 

Patri, simulque Filio, 
Tibique Sancte Spiritus, 
Sicut fuit, sit jugiter, 
Soeculum per omne gloria. 



Amen. 



V. Benedicamus Patrem et Filium 
cum Sancto Spiritu. 

R. Laudemus et superexaltemus eum 
in saecula. 



V. Benedictus es Domine in firma- 
mento coeli. 

R. Et laudabilis et gloriosus in saecula 



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VESPERS. 



Psalms — Dixit Dominus, page 21 ; Corifitebor, page 22 : Credidi, page 46. 

BEAT! OMNES, Psalm cxxvii. 

Chant as for Laudate Tueri, Page 23. 

BEATIomnes, qui timent Do - minum, 5 Ecce sic benedicetur ho - mo, * qui 

* qui ambulant in vi - is e - jus. ti - met Do - minum. 

2 Labores manuum tuarum quia man- 6 Benedicat tibi Dominus ex Si - on : * 
du - ca - bis : * beatus es, et be - ne ti - bi et videas bona Jerusalem omnibus diebus 
e - rit. vi - tae tu - 33. 

3 Uxor tua sicut vitis a - bun - dans, * 7 Et Videas filios filiorum tu - o - rum,* 
in lateribus do - mus tu - se. pacem sup - er Is - ra - el. 

4 Filii tui sicut novelise oli - va - rum, * Gloria Patri, etc. 
in circuitu mens - se tu - as. 

Lauda Jerusalem, page 48. 



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Nobis datus, nobis natus 

Ex intacta Virgine, 
Et in mundo conversatus, 

Sparso verbi semine, 
Sui moras incolatus 

Miro clausit ordine. 

In supremae nocte coenae 
Recumbens cum fratribus, 

Observata lege plene 
Cibis in legalibus, 

Cibum turbas duodenae 
Se dat suis manibus. 

Verbum caro, panem verum, 

Verbo carnem eflicit, 
Fitque sanguis Christi merum, 

V. Panem de coelo praestitisti eis, alle- 
luia. 



Et si sensus deficit, 
Ad firmandum cor sincerum 
Sola fides sufficit. 

Tantum ergo Sacramentum 

Veneremur cernui, 
Et antiquum documentum 

Novo cedat ritui : 
Praestet fides supplementum 

Sensuum defectui. 

Genitori Genitoque 

Laus et jubilatio, 
Salus, honor, virtus quoque 

Sit et benedictio, 
Procedenti ab utroque 

Compar sit laudatio. Amen. 

R. Omne delectamentum in se haben- 
tem, alleluia. 



(19th March.) 
Psalms — Same as First Vespers, page 21. 



TE JOSEPH, CELEBRENT. 

Chant Page 53 

Te, Joseph, celebrent agmina Coelitum, 
Te cuncti resonent christiadum chori, 
Qui clarus meritis, junctus es inclytao 
Casto foedere Virgini. 



Almo cum tumidam germine conjagem 
Admirans, dubio tangeris anxius, 
Afflatu superi Flaminia Angelas 
Conceptum puerum docet. 



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Tu natum Dominum stingis, ad exteras 
i profugum tu sequeris plagas ; 
un Solymis quaeris. et invenis, 

Miscens gaudia fletibus. 

Post mortem reliquos mors pia consecrat- 
Palmamque emeritos gioria suscipit : 

V. Constituit eum dominum domus suae. 
R. Et principem omnis possessionis suae. 



VESPERS. 



Tu \ivens, Superis par, frueris Deo, 
Mira sorte beatior. 

Nobis, snmma Trias, parce precantibus, 
Da, Joseph meritis, sidera scandere: 
Ut tandem liceat nos tibi perpetim 
Gratum promere canticum. Amen. 

V; Gloria at divitiae in domo ejus. 
R. Et justitia ejus manet in Saeculum 
Saeculi. 



(24th June.) 
Psalms — ScunttuFx " •s 3 pageSl. 



UT QUEANT LAXIS. 

75 Pages 55 and 

Ut queant laxis resonare fibris 
Mira gestorum famuli tuorum, 
Solve polluti labii reatum, 
Sancte Joannes. 



liens Oiympo, 
Te patri magnum fore nasciturum, 
Noraen, et vitas seriem gerendse 
Ordine promit. 

Ille promissi dubius superni, 
Ferdidit promptae modulos louquelae 

V. Fuit homo missus a Deo. 
R. Cui nomen erat Joannes. 



Sed reformasti genitus peremptae 
Organ a vocis. 



Ventris obstruso recubans cubili, 
Senseras Regem thalamo manentem : 
Hinc parens, nati meritis, uterque 
Abdita pandit. 

Sit decus Patri, genitaeque Proli, 
Et tibi compar utriusque virtus, 
Spiritus semper, Deus unus, omni 
Temporis aevo. Amen. 

V. Iste Fder magnus coram Domino. 
R. Nam et manus ejus cum ipso est. 



yrccioxte gloat*. 

(First Sunday of July.) 
Psalms — For/ tl ; last, Lauda Jerusalem, page. 48 

FESTIVIS RESONENT. 



Chant Page 53. 

Fest: r.t compita vocibus, 

:.am frontibus explicent, 
s fllammiferis ordine prodeant 
et senes. 

rnoriens Christus in arbore 
Fudit multiplici vulnere Sanguinem 
Nos facti memores dum colimus, decet 
Saltern fundere lacrymas. 



Humano generi pernicies gravis 
Adami veteris crimine contigit : 
Adami intigritas et pietas novi 
Vitam reddidit omnibus. 

v amorem valiJum summus ab aetbere 
-anguentis Geniti si Pater audiit, 

Placari potius sanguine debuit, 

Et nobis veniam 



VESPERS. 



Hoc quicumque stolam sanguine proluit, 
Abstergit maculas, er roseum decus, 
Quo fiat similis protinus Angelis, 
Et Regi placeat, capit. 

A recto instabilis tramite postmodum 
Se nullus retrahat, meta sed ultima 



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Tangatur : tribuet nobile praemium, 
Qui cursum Deus adjuvat. 

Nobis propitius sis, Genitor potens, 
Ut quos unigenae Sanguine Filii 
Emisti, et placido Flamine recreas, 
Cceli ad culmina transferas. Amen. 



V Redemisti nos, Domine, in san- f Te ergo quaesurr. fnmulis 

guine tuo. * subveni. 

$ Et fecisti nos Deo nostro regnum. ^ Quos pretio?^ sanguine reiemisti. 

(29th September.) 
Psalms — For/ rst four, set F<r^ Vespers, page £1. 

CONFITEBOR TIBI, Psalm exxxvii. 



Chants as for Lauda 

CONFITEBOR tibi Domine in toto 
cor -de me - o : * quoniam audisti 
verba or - is me - i. 

2 In conspectu Angelorum psal - lam 
ti - 1 i : * adorabo ad templum sanctum 
tuum, et confitebor no - mini tu - o. 

3 Super misericordia tua. et verita - 
beta -a: * quoniam magnificasti super 
omne, nomen sane - turn tu - um. 

4 In quacumque die invocavero te, 
ex - au - di me : * multiplicabis in anima 
me - a vir - tu - tem. 

5 Confiteantur tibi Domine omnes 
re - ges ter - rae : * quia audierunt omnia 
verba or - is tu - i. 



te Doiv.inum, Page : = . 

6 Et cantent in vi - is Do - mini: * 
quoniam magna est glo - ria Do - r 

7 Quoniam excelsus Dominus, et hu- 
mi-lia re-spicit: * et alia a. 1 

cog - nos - cit. 

S Si ambolai 
is, vivi - fica- bis me :* el 
imicorum meorum extend is;. 
tuam, et salvum me fecit 
tu -a. 

9 Dominus retri - bu - e I 
Domine misericordia tu . . . 
opera manuum tuarum r - 

Gloria Patri, etc. 



TE SPLENDOR. 



Chants Pages 26 and ;;. 

Te, splendor et virtus Patris, 
Te ; vita, Jesu, cordium. 
Ab ore qui pendent tuo, 
Laudamus inter Angelos. 

Tibi mille densa millium 
Ducum corona militat : 
Sed explicat Victor Crucem 
Michael, salutis signifer. 

Draconis hie dirum caputs 
In ima pellit tartara, 

f In conspectu Angelorum psallam 
tibi, Deus meus. 

I? Adorabo ad templum sanctum 
tuum, et confitebor nomini tuo. 



Ducemque cum rebellibus 
Coelesti ab arce fdlmi 

Contra c rbiae 

Sesquamur hoi . incipem, 

Ut detur ex Agni throno 
Nobis corona gloria?. 

Patris simrlque Filio, 
Tibique. Sancte Spiritos, 
Sicut fuit, sit jugiter 
Saeclum per omne gloria. Amen. 

f Stetit .. 

R' Hal - 
manu sua. 



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VESPERS. 



Psalms — Same as for Third Vespers, page 46. 

DECORA LUX. 



Decora lux aeternitatis, auream 
Diem beatis irrigavit ignibus, 
Apostolorum quae coronat Principes, 
Reisque in astra liberam pandit viam. 

Mundi Magister, atque coeli Janitor, 
Romaa parentes, arbitrique Gentium, 
Perensisille, hie per Crucis victor necem. 
Vitae senatum laureati possident. 



In omnen terram exivit sonus eorum. 
Et in fines orbis terrae verba eorum. 



O Roma felix, quae duorum Principum 
Es consecrata glorioso sanguine : 
Horum cruore purpurata caeteras 
Excellis orbis una pulchritudines. 

Sit Trinitati sempiterna gloria, 

Honor, potestas, atque jubilatio, 

In unitate, quae gubernat omnia, 

Per universa saeculorum saecula. Amen. 

V. Annuntiaverunt opera Dei. 
R. Et facta ejus intellexerunt. 



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Psalms — First four, same as for First Vespers, page 21 ; last, Lauda Jerusalem, 

page 48. 

CELESTIS URBS JERUSALEM. 



Ccelestis Urbs Jerusalem, 
Beata pacis visio, 
Quae celsa de viventibus 
Saxis ad astra tolleris, 
Sponsaeque ritu cingeris 
Mille Angelorum millibus. 

O sorte nupta prospera, 
Dotata Patris gloria, 
Respersa Sponsi gratia, 
Regina formosissima, 
Christo jugata Principi, 
Coeli corusca Civitas, 

Hie margaritis emicant, 
PateDtque cunctis ostia : 
Virtute namque praevia 

V. Haec est domus Domini firmiter 
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Mortalis illuc ducitur, 
Amore Christi percitus 
Tormenta quisquis sustinet. 

Scalpri salubris ictibus, 
Et tunsione plurima, 
Fabri polita malleo 
Hanc saxa molem construunt, 
Aptisque juncta nexibus 
Locantur in fastigio. 

Decus Parenti debitum 
Sit usquequaque Altissimo, 
Natoque Patris unico, 
Et inclyto Paraclito, 
Cui laus, potestas, gloria 
iEterna sit per saBCula. Amen. 

V. Domum tuam Domine decet sanc- 
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R. In longitudinem dierum. 



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Amid the strife. 

5 God of my death ! 

That hour is only known to Thee : 
Receive, when life's last moments flee, 
My latest breath. 

6 God of the blest ! 

Throw open, Lord, Thy gates on high, 
And let me enter there, that I 
With Thee may rest. 



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Cherubim and Seraphim, 

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Fill the Heavens with sweet accord ; 

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Lo ! the apostolic train, 

Join Thy sacred Name to hallow ! 
Prophets swell the loud refrain, 

And with white-robed martyrs follow 
And from morn till set of sun, 
Through the Church the song goes on. : 



4. Holy Father, Holy Son, 

Holy Spirit, Three we name Thee. 
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5. Thou art King of glory Christ ! 

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All things of life that wing the skies, 

O track the plains for food. 



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The sceptre waves on high, 
O youths and virgins of the land ; 

O age and infancy ; 
Praise ye His Name, to whom alone 

All homage should be given, 
Whose glory from th' eternal throne 

Spreads wide o'er earth and heav'n. 



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Nor tongue, nor pen can show ; 
The love of Jesus what it is 
None but His loved ones know. 



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1 Oh ! speak His glorious Name abroad, 
Jesus let every tongue confess ; 
Let every heart and voice accord 
The Healer of our souls to bless. 

3 Jesus, the sinner's Friend, abide 

With us, and hearken to our prayer ; 



Thy frail aud erring wanderers guide, 
In mercy our transgressions spare. 

All might, all glory be to Thee, 
Refulgent with this Name Divine ; 

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4 Jesus, my Shepherd, Husband, Friend, 5 Weak is the effort of my heart. 

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With every fleeting breath : 
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To find my refuge there. - My ransom freely paid. 

4 O Sacred Heart, celestial feast, 
Of all the bless'd above, 
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And glow with heav'nly love. 



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18—0 Sacred Heart that on the Cross. 

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Heart of Jesus ! we implore Thee, 

Make, oh, make us pure like Thee ! 



5 Heart of love! in Thee confiding, 

We shall learn to do Thy will ; 
In Thy sacred wounds abiding. 

Burning love our breasts shall fill. 
We shall bless Thee, and obey Thee, 

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Sweetest Heart ! we humbly pray Thee, 

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So spotless and so pure : 
Our weakness and our misery, 
May rest in Thee secure. 



3 O Sacred Heart ! O Sacred Heart ! 
Consumed with purest fires, 
The cross, the thorns, the open wound, 
Reveal Thy fend desires. 



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If pure and true must be the soul, That fain would hide in Thee, Oh ! 

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See us then, O Son of Maiden ! 

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Heart of mercy ! Heart of meekness ! 

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Our heaven here below 1 O Throne of grief and pain ! 

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From I haven and Thee apart, 
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And bled at every pore ! 
From past offences set me free, 

Oh ! them I shall deplore. 
My tears shall never cease to flow 

Because from Thee I've strayed, 
Who with such weight of pain and woe 

My ransom freely paid. 



O ! let me kiss Thy sacred feet, 
Thy bleeding hands and side ; 

To suffer pain for Thee is meet, 
Who freely for me died. 

Sacred Heart, celestial feast, 
Of all the bless'd above, 

1 hope in bliss Thy sweets to taste 
And glow with heavenly love. 



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And ncAv, as if to love me more. 

Thou lovest me as man. 
It seems, dear Lord, Thou wouldst iorsaKe 

Thy glory, to impart ,. 
Thy life to me, when Thou dias*. take 

A living human Heart. 
The earth beneath, the Heaven above. 

Thy mercy would entwine. 
To thus unite in links of love 

The human and divine. 



Vnd so that in our griefs and jcys 

Thou mightest have a part, 
And feel with us and sympathize, 

Thou hast a human Heart. 
O Sacred Heart ! in Thee enshrined 

Is all that angels prize ; 
Within Thy holy depths I find 

My solace and my joys ; 
For Thee and for Thy love I yearn ; 

Teach me the heavenly art, 
To be like Thee — Thy lessons learn, 

O meek and humble Heart. 



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3 Too true I have forsaken 

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4 As Thou art meek and lowly, 
And ever pure of Heart, 
So may my heart be wholly 
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And in Thy Blood have washed from stains I ask that o'er my soul be poured 

Those robes that look so white. This saving balm and sweet. 



Precious Blood in Jesu's veins ! 
All wretched as I am, 

1 ask Thee cleanse my soul from stains, 
O world-redeeming Lamb. 

O God of earth, by heaven adored, 
Before Thy mercy-seat, 



3 And now away from toil and strife, 

From sin and sinners' ways, 
From all the emptiness of life, 

They live the endless days. 
By Thee redeemed, by Thee embraced, 

With Thee for ever blest, 
Their Saviour's joy they see and taste, 

And on His bosom rest. 



And though I suffer here below, 

And tread the thorny way, 
Thy Blood will make me white as snow, 

And wash my sins away. 
And as my soul with ardour glows 

To come to where Thou art, 
My hope is in the Blood that flows 

From Thy most Sacred Heart. 



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36-What Happiness Can Equal Mine? 






i What hap-pi-ness can e - qual mine ? I've found the object of my love; 

2 I am my Love's, and He is mine : In me He dwells, in Him I live: 

3 Ye an-gels, lend your heav'nly tongue, Come and with me in praises join ; 




My Je - sus dear, my King Di-vine, Is come to me from Heav'n above. 
What great -er treasures could I find ? And could, yeheav'ns,a greater give? 
Come and u- nite in joy - ful songs, Your sweet, immortal voice to mine. 



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Thou in me and I in Thee ; 
Living thus I shall not perish. 
But shall live eternallv. 



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go. Thereto receive — O heavenly bliss ! Upon your lips the Saviour's kiss, 
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To love Thee with, my dearest King, O mystery of love divine ! — 

O with what bursts of fervent praise I cannot compass all I have, 

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4 Sound, sound His praises higher still, 
And come, ye Angels, to our aid, 
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Be Thou thelieht, and honour, 

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Be Thou my consolation 

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Be Thou my only Treasure, 

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Come, Thou source ofev'ry blessing, 

Warm our hearts with love divine, 
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Sweet lover of my soul ? 
My Jesus dear, my King divine, 
Come o'er my heart to rule. 



4 Oh ! come and fix Thy throne 
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Prais - ing Je - sus, Ma - ry, Jo - seph, in the " Ho - ly Fa -mi - ly." 
Lives on earth in meek sub-jec - tion To His earth-ly par -ents' will. 
Teach us to be chaste and gen - tie, All our storm-y pas-sions break. 
Thou didst guide the ear - ly foot-steps Of the great In car-nate Word. 
In the poor and low - ly dwell - ing Of an hum-ble sin-ner's breast. 
Thine it was to save thy Sa- viour From the cru -el He-rod's sword, 
Lead us safe from ev' - ry dan - ger Till we meet in heaven a - bove. 



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By our doom reversed through thee, 
Help us. Queen of Angel choirs ! 
To a blest eternity ! 



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Thee, Queen of heav'n from him we learn to greet ; 
Then give us peace which heav'n alone can give, 
And dead thro' Eve, thro' Mary let us live. 

3 O break our chains, our captive souls release ; 
O give us light, and let cur darkness cease; 
Let ev"ry ill that preys upon our hearts, 

Fly at Thy voice which every good imparts. 

4 Our lives unstain'd, in purity preserve ; 

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All the gifts sh. men. 



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All then join her praise to sing : 
Trembling sing the Virgin Mother. 

Mother of our Lord and King. 
While we sing her awful glory, 

Far above our fancy's reach. 
Let our hearts be- quick to offer 

Love alone the heart can teach. 



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BLESSED VIRGIN MARY. 

57— Joy of My Heart ! Let Me Pay. 



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sire; Mother, be love of thee a ray From heav'n to show the heav'n ward way. 



BLESSED VIRGIN MARY. 



JOY OF MY HEART ! LET ME PAY-ClNTlNUEO. 



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2 Mary, make haste thy child to win 
1 rom sin and from the love of sin ; 
Mother of God ! let my poor love 
A mother's prayer and pity move. 
o Mary, when I come to die, 
Le t.iou, thy spouse, and Jesus nigh. 

Chorus. 

When mute before the Judge I stand, 
My holy shield be Mary's hand ; 
On ! Mary ! let no child of thine, 
In hell's eternal exile pine. 



3 Be love of thee, my whole life long 
A seal upon my wayward tongue. 
Write on my heart's most secret core 
The five dear wounds that Jesus bore. 
O give me tears to shed with thee, 
Beneath the Cross on Calvary. 

Chorus. 

One more request and I have done ; 
With love of thee and thy dear Son, 
More let me burn, and more each day, 
Till love of self is burned away. 



58— Glorious Mother! From High Heaven, 



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Should pleasure's siren lay, 
E'er tempt thy child to wander far 

From Virtue's path away. 
'»V^en thorns beset life's devious way, 
. And darkling waters flow, 
Then, Mary, aid thy weeping child, 

Thyself a mother show, 



Mother dear, O pray for me ! 

When all looks bright and fair, 
That I may all my danger see, 

For surely then 'tis near. 
A mother's pray'r how much we need 

If prosp'rous be the ray 
That paints u ith gold the flow'rv mead, 

Which blossoms in our way. 



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Of the Truth, the Life, the Way, Blossom which will ne'er decay, 

Guide our footsteps, calm our passions. Let us but thy love inherit. 

4 Daughter, Mother, Spouse of Heaven, 
Listen to our earnest lay, 
Sweetest gift to man e'er giveD. 



BLESSED VIRGIN MARY. 



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DEAREST MOTHER OF MERCY-CONTINUED. 

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From oq high hear our humble cries : ( ) thou of whom our Lord was born, 

On us that mourn and weep in mis'ry, Show us thy Son to make us happy, 

O turn thy mercy's tender eyes. When life at last is from us torn. 



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63- Mother Mary, At Thine Altar. 



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With a mother's fondest care ; 
And our Father, God above us, 

Bids us fly for refuge there. 
Life's temptations are before us, 

We must mingle in the strife ; 
Tf thy fondness watch not o'er us, 

All unsafe will be our life. 
So we take thee for our Mother 

And we claim the right to be 
By the ^'ift of our dear Brother, 

! ing children unto thee ; 



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And our humble consecration 

Thou wilt surely not despise, 
From thy high and lofty station 

Close to Jesus in the skies. 
$ Mother Mary, to thy keeping 

We ourselves to thee confide, 
Toiling, resting, waking, sl< i ping, 

To be ever at thy Bi 

that vex us, joys that please us, 

Life and death we trust to thee ; 
Thou wilt make them all for Jesus, 

And for all eternity. 



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BLESSED VIRGIN MARY. 

64— Heart Of Mary, Heart The Purest, 



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Hear the prayer of one whose weakness 3 Round me tempests gath'ring lower, 

Most demands a Mother's care ; As I tread life's desert way 

One to whom thy looks, all meekness, And a foe in matchless power, 

Counsel hope, forbid despair. Marks me for his destined prey. 

4 To some spot where ne'er might hover 

Danger's shadow, I would flee; 

But. ah ! where that spot discover, 

"Where, ah ! Mary, but in thee ? 



65— The Star Of The Ocean Is Risen, 

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THE STAR OF THE OCEAN IS RISEN-CONTINUED. 






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AS THE DEWY SHADES OF EVEN-CONTINUED. 



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2 Thine own sinless heart was broken, 
Sorrow's sword had pierced its core; 
Holy Mother, by that token, 
Now thy pity I implore. 
Chorus. 

Queen of heaven, guard and guide me, 
Save my soul from dark despair, 

In thy tender bosom hide me, 
Take me, Mother, to thy care. 



3 Mother of my Infant Saviour, 

Spouse of God, my plaint, O hear ; 
Purest Virgin, gracious Matron, 
O relieve me by thy prayer. 
Chorus. 

From thy happy seat in Zion, 

Light me through this dark abode, 
Smile, oh ! gently smile upon me, 
Tell my sorrows to my God. 



69— It Is The Name Of Mary. 

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IT IS THE NAME OF MARY-CONTINUED. 



2 A name of pow'r and sweetness, 

Her name to us so dear, 
A name of awe and grandeur, 
But grandeur free from fear. 

3 Sweet name all strong, yet tender, 

That name we love so well, 

The joy of earth and heaven, 

The fear and dread of hell. 

4 O name by which we triumph 

O'er hell's embattled foes, 
The victor's mead of glory, 
And solace in his woes. 



5 Earth has no name so gentle, 

Nor heaven one so sweet, 
A balm to wounded feelings, 
Bright light to wayward feet. 

6 The first word ever spoken 

By Jesus when a child, 
Was thy dear name, O Mother ! 
He spoke it and He smiled. 

7 O may thy name, dear Mother, 

On life's last fearful day, 
Be my last fervent prayer, 
Be all my hope and stay. 



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Hail, Virgin renown'd, 
Hail, Queen with the stars, 

As a diadem crown 'd, 
Above all the angels 

In glory untold, 
Standing next to the King in a vesture of 

gold. 

3 O Mother of mercy ! 

O Star of the wave ! 
O Hope of the guilty ! 
O Light of the grave ! 



Thro' thee may we come, 
To the Heaven of rest, 
And see Heaven's King in the courts of 
the blest. 

4 These praises and prayers 
I lay at thy feet ! 
O Virgin of virgins ! 

O Mary most sweet ! 
Be thou my true guide 
Thro' this pilgrimage here, 
And stand by my side when death draw- 
eth near. 



71-Thro' The World Thy Children Raise. 



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sol - ace of our pains; It tells us, though on earth we 

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3 Mother of our Saviour, 

Hear our pleading prayer. 
Take us 'neath thy mantle, 
Hide, oh, hide us there. 



74-0 Heart Of Mary, Pure And Fair 

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Refuse a heart whose throbs shall 
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76— Come Gather Round The Altar, 



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Mary's children for her glean. For her, their soft fragrance to waste. 

4 Then Mary, our Queen and our Mother, 
Accept the hearts we bring, 
And all through life's stormiest weather, 
Grant that to thee we may cling. 



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HAIL, HOLY QUEEN, LOVED MOTHER, TO THEE-CONTINUEO. 
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4 Maiden Mother ! hear my prayer 
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88— Wilt Thou Look Upon Me, Mother. 



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89-Rose Of The Cross. 



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4 There let me wash my sinful soul, 

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2 Thy love for me I know its worth, 
Oh, it is all in all to me ; 
For what did Jesus love on earth 
One half so tenderly as thee. 



3 Get me the grace to love thee more, 
Jesus will give if thou wilt plead ; 
And Mother, when life's cares are o'er, 
Oh, I shall love thee then indeed. 



4 Jesus, when His tnree hours were run, 
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And oh ! how can I love thy Son, 
Sweet Mother, if I love not thee ? 

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For all blessings pray. 

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Freed from guilt preserve us, 
Meek and undefiled. 

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But earth's best joys have all an end, 

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They image forth a tenderer bower, 

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Of everlasting rest, 
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The sweetest yet the best. 
O Mary, pure and beautiful, 

Thou art the Queen of May ; 
Our garlands wear about thy hair, 

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That rose without a thorn. 



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That for thy children plead, 

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Jesus at the marriage feast 
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Take us all 'neath thy protection, 

Heart and soul and senses take ! 
Tell dear Jesus we are thine, 

And He'll bless us for thy sake ; 
And the treasures of our Mary 

Up in heaven we shall store, 
Naught shall steal them, naught corrode them, 

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Young hearts gain, O Virgin pure, 
Sweetly to thyself allure. 

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Cherished lily of the vale, 
Virgin Mother, Queen we hail. 



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In vain sweet music's note we sing, 
If contrite heart and lowly prayer, 
Guide not our gifts to thy bright sphere. 

5 Fast our days of life we run, 
Soon the night of death will come ; 
Tower of strength in that dread hour, 
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3 But hark ! a voice from starry skies, From ev'ry eye she'll wipe the tear, 
Those gentler tones our hearts will know And from sad hearts all sorrow chase. 



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Buds of the meadows, and waters of the fountain, 
All are awaking, sweet Mother, for thee. 

3 Bless, then, oh ! Mary, the gifts of smiling nature, 

Sweeter than these, there scarce could be, 
Fields in their beauty have yielded thee their treasures, 
Birds, in their gladness, are singing for thee. 



4 We too, will praise thee, pure and stainless Mother, 
We will unite with flower and bird, 
And 'round thy altar, through all thy Sacred season, 
Will lays of thy glory, thy beauty be heard. 



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Thy loveliness divine ! 
4 Thi : I offer my requests, 

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In ecstasy sublime I see 

Thee seated near thy Son. 



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Light on blindness pour ; 
All our ills expelling. 

Everv bliss implore. 
Show thyself a Mother ; 

May the word Divine, 
Born for us thine Infant, 

Hear our prayers through thine. 

3 Virgin all excelling. 

Mildest of the mild, 
Freed from guilt, preserve us 
Meek and undefiled ; 



KeeD our life all spotless, 
Make our way secure, 

Till we find in Jesus 
Joy for evermore. 

Through the highest heaven 

To the Almighty Three, 
Father, Son, and Spirit, 

One same glory be. 
Hail bright Star of ocean, 

God's own Mother blest, 
Ever sinless Virgin. 

Gate of heavenly rest. 



204 BLESSED VIRGIN MARY. 

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In thy blessed keeping my soul is secure, 
Though foes gather round to affright or allure, 
I fear not the devil, his might nor his charms, 
When cheered by thy presence, upheld by thy arms. 
I fear not the wicked, their weapons, their skill ; 
I fear not the world, let it rage as it will ; 
I fear not my passions, though wayward and wild, 
If thou, Help of Christians, wilt shelter thy child. 
In moments of sorrow, in anguish of heart, 
In pain, in affliction, my comfort thou art ; 
When coldly repulsed and abandoned by all, 
Thou still standeth by me, thou hearest my call. 
O, help me in life, in its work and its woes, 
To carry my crosses, to conquer my foes ! 
O, help me in death, that my soul be set free 
To fly unto Jesus, thy Son, and to thee. 



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Cheer thou the hearts that faint, 
And guide the steps that fail. 

4 Hail, holy Joseph, hail ! 

God's choice wert thou alone, 
To thee the Word made flesh 
Was subject as a Son. 



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Mary, Mother ( f His Son. Teach, oh ! teach us how to die. 



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Fathers of mighty Rome, whose word 

Shall pass the doom of life or death, 
By humble cross or bleeding sword 6 

Well have they won their laurel wreath. 
Oh happy Rome, made holy now 

By these two martyrs' glorious blood ; 



Earth's best and fairest cities bow, 

By thy superior claims subdued. 
For thou alone art worth them all, 

City of Martyrs! thou alone 
Canst cheer our pilgrim hearts, and call 

The Saviour's sheep to Peter's throne. 
All honour, power, and praise be given 

To Him who reigns in bliss on high, 
For endless, endless years in heaven, 

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Fill our souls with love divine ; 
May j our gracious presence ever. 
Round your charge protecting shine. 



4 We will honour, we will love you, 

Blesssd spirit, more and more, 
Our devotion still increasing, 
As your favours on us pour. 

5 Till with you forever singing, 

In a glad unending strain. 
God the Father, Son and Spirit, 
Where the blessed ever reign. 



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Our immortal Virgin star. 

3 From thy stem in beauty budded 

Ancient Jesse's mystic rod, 
Earth from thee received the Mother 
Of the eternal Son of God. 



4 All the human race benighted 

In the depths of darkness lay, 
When in Anne it saw the dawning 
Of the long expected day. 

5 Honour, glory, virtue, merit, 

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Be with the Sire and Paraclete 
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3 To all who invoke thee thou lendest an ear, 
Thou soothest the sorrows of all who draw near. 

4 Saint Anne, we implore thee to list to our pray'r 
In time of temptation, take us in thy care. 

5 In this life obtain for us tli.it which in best, 
And bring us at length to our heavenly rest. 



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rep-tiles that fled from his curse in dis- may, And Erin, when error's proud 

3 shall the proof of our loy - al - ty be? By all that is dear to our 
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In glo-ry a-bove, True to his love, He keeps the false faith from 

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his chil-dren away — The dark false faith Far worse than death, Oh he 

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Though slav'ry has since been our doom ; 
Yet the light of thy doctrine ne'er has abated, 

'Twas the lamp that cheer'd through the gloom. 
Like the light, that illumes the billowy sea, 

When darkness o'ershadows its breast, 
To guide the toss'd mariners, wan with dismay, 

To the haven of safety and rest. 

ST. DOMINIC. 

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Ma - ry and her Son proclaiming Mys-ter-ies of faith. Still, O Dom-in - 

Bless-ings on the earth, and gainest Souls whom Je-sus made. Lov-ing fa-ther, 



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dark temp-ta-tion, Give thy sav-ing aid, give thy sav - ing aid. 



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A Saint 'mid worldly pomp and pride ; Like thee to love sweet purity; 

Who at the footstep of a throne That we from Mary's heart may win 

Knew naught but Jesus crucified. The love she once bestowed on thee ! 



3 Blest youth, who cast a crown away, 
To be with Christ despised and poor ; 
Teach us to walk our lowly way, 
Content, though humble beour store. 



5 Thus safe beneath her gentle sway, 
Oh, may the grace to us be given 
To pass from earth some happy day, 
And join thee in the courts of heaven 



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O, listen to those piteous cries 

They waft to Thee by night, by day ; 
The sobs of love that vainly tries 

To rush unto its God away ! 
By absence, more than pain, distressed, 
With love hey burn, with love they pine, 
Then grant them, Lord, eternal rest — 
Let licht forever on them shine, 



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135-See, He Comes ! 



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Prophets, patriarchs of old, 
Distant climes and countless ages, 

Waited eager to behold. 
Sing, oh ! sing with exultation, 

Haste we to our Father's home ; 
Peace, redemption, joy, salvation, 

Now from heaven to earth are come. 



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God of God from Heaven above ! 
See the Heavenly Bridegroom ch eerin? 

His dear Bride with words of love ! 
Glory to th' Eternal Father. 

Glory to th' Incarnate Son. 
Glory to the Holy Spirit, 

Glorv to the Three in One. 



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Let the earth-bound soul arise ; 
Christ her Sun, all sloth expelling, 

Shines upon the morning skies. 
Lo, the Lamb so long expected, 

Comes with pardon down from heaven 
Let us haste with tears ot sorrow, 

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Wrapping all the earth in fear, 
May 1 le then, as our defender, 

( ta the clouds of heaven appear. 
Honour, glory, virtue, merit, 

To the Father and the Son, 
With the co-eternal Spirit, 

While eternal ages run. 



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138-Hark ! What Mean Those Holy Voices, 

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2 Peace on earth, good -will fromheav - en, Reach - ing far as 

3 Christ is born : the great A-noint - ed ! Heav - en and earth 

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Light of Light eternal ; 

Carried in Virgin's ever spotless womb. 

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The heavenly mansions with joy now 
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Praise, honor, glory, 

To Him who is most holy. 

To Jesus, born this day, 
Grateful homage repay ; 
To Him who all heavenly gifts doth 

bring. 
Word uncreated, 
To our flesh united. 




140- See Amid The Winter's Snow. 






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Vir - gin Mother, Ma - ry 



win - ter's snow, Born fur us on earth be - low; 
man - ger lies He who built the star - ry skies; 

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Sits a - mid the Cher - u - bim ! 
Down to such* a world as this ! 
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On the shepherds low adoring 

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" Fear not" — cries the heavenly stranger- 

" Him whom ancient seers foretold, 
Weeping in a lonely manger, 

Shepherds, haste ye to behold." 

3 Seethe shepherds quickly rising, 

Hastening to the humble stall, 
And the new-born Infant prizing, 
As the mighty Lord of all ; 



Lowly now they bend before Him, 
In His helpless infant state, 

Firmly, faithful they adore Him 
And His greatness celebrate, 

Hark the swell of heavenly voices 
Peal along the vaulted sky ; 

Angels sing, while earth rejoices — 

" Glory to our God on high ; 

Glory in the highest heaven, 
Peace to humble men on earth ; 

Joy to these and bliss is given, 
In the great Redeemer's birth." 



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2 The birds have nests in hedge or sod, 

The foxes cave or shed ; 
But Thou hast not, Incarnate God, 

A place to lay Thy head ! 
And yet the wealth of sea and mine, 
The earth, the heavens— all are Thine ! 

3 O Jesus, outcast as Thou art, 

Poor helpless Babe I see, 
Thy poverty has won my heart, 



It fans my love for Thee ; 
For now I know what wealth to prize- 
Thyself ; the treasure of the skies. 
Before the manger let me bow, 

In deep, in thrilling awe, 
And let me kiss Thy infant brow, 

That's pillowed on the straw. 
My very soul with love is stirred, 

Adoring Thee, Incarnate Word ! 



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||: Gloria in excelsis Deo. :|| 

3 Come to Bethlehem, come and see, 

Him whose birth the angels sing ; 
Come adore on bended knee, 



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King. 
||: Gloria in excelsis Deo. :|| 

4 See within a manger laid, 

Jesus, Lord of heav'n and earth ! 
Mary, Joseph, lend your aid, 
With us sing our Saviour's birth 
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While thus the Star its light imparts, 

A ray within doth shine, 
Which leads a few but faithful hearts 

To seek the glorious sign. 
No dangers can their purpose shake! 

Love suffers no delay ; 
Home, kindred, country, they forsake; 

God calls, and they obey. 



Jesus, bright morning Star, our hearts 

Cleanse with Thy light within, 
And suffer not the tempter's arts 

To lure us back to sin. 
The Light of Gentile lands adore, 

The Day-spring from on high, 
Alike the Father evermore, 

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■1 Now is the sea - son, wise - ly long, Of sad - der thought and 

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Our guilt, and all our faults deplore; 
O, for the praise of me, 

Our fainting souls to health restore. 



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Forgive the wickedness we own, 

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To mortify each carnal sense ; 
That so our souls, from sin set free, 
May rise all-holy unto Thee. 
Blest Three in One, with grief sincere, 
Before thy footstool we appear; 
Oh, bless our fast, that it may prove 
The source of pardon, peace, and love. 



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J'^sus, our Love, is crucified ! For He, our Love, is crucified ! 



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Picture of immortal woe. 

3 Oft and oft His arms and bosom 

Fondly straining to her own ; 
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On each wound of her dear Son ; 
Till at last, in swoons of anguish, 
Sense and consciousness are gone. 

Gentle Mother, we beseech thee. 

By thy tears and troubles sore ; 
By the death c f thy dear Offspring 

By the bloody wounds He bore ; 
Touch our hearts with that true sorrow 

Which afflicted thee of yore. 



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155-Stabat Mater. 








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Fuit ilia benedicta 
Mater Unigeniti 1 

4 Quae mcerebat, et dolebat, 
Pia Mater, dum videbat 
Nati poenas inclyti. 

5 Quis est homo, qui non fleret, 
Matrem Christi si videret 

In tanto supplicio ? 

6 Quis non posset contristari, 
Christi Matrem contemplari 
Dolentem cum Filio ? 

7 Pro peccatis suae gentis 
Vidit Jesum in tormentis, 
Et flagellis subditum. 

8 Vidit suum dulcem Natum 
Moriendo desolatum, 
Dum emisit spiritum. 

g Eja Mater fons amoris, 
Me sentire vim doloris 
Fac, ut tecum lugeam. 

10 Fac, ut ardeat cor meum 

In amando Christum Duem 
Ut sibi complaceam. 

11 Sancta Mater, istud ag 
Crucifixi fige plagas 

( lordi meo valide. 



12 Tui Naii vulnerati, 
Tarn dignati pro me pati, 
Pcenas mecum divide. 

13 Fac me tecum pie flere, 
Crucifixo condolere, 
Donee ego vixero. 

14 Juxta Crucem tecum stare, 
Et me tibi sociare 

In planctu desidero. 

15 Virgo virginum prasclara, 
Mihi jam non sis amara, 
Fac me tecum plangere. 

1 5 Fac ut portem Christi mortem, 

Passionis fac consortem, 

Et plagas recolere. 
17 Fac me plagis vulnerari, 

Fac me Cruce inebriari, 

Et cruore Filii. 
iS Flammis me urar succensus, 

Per te Virgo sim defensus 

In die Judicii. 
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Da per Matrem me venire 

Ad palmam victoria'. 
luando corpus morietur, 

1 ic ut animflB donetur 

Paradisi gloria. Amen 



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They worshipped Thee, those ransomed souls, 

With the fresh strength of love set free ; 
They worshipped joyously, and thought 

Of Mary while they looked on Thee. 



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Towards the sacred Flesh didst yearn. 
And for the beating of that Heart 

How ardently Thv love did burnt 
They worshipped while the beauteous Soul 
Paused bv the Body's wounded Side:-- 

B right Hashed the cave— before them stood 

The Living Jesus glorified. 



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which He would be slain : 
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Alleluia! Alleluia! like the sun from 

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darkness of the grave ! 
He s the Splendour of the Nations, 

I le's the lamp of endless day, 
He's the very Lord of (dory who is 

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Alleluia! Alleluia! He has burst our 

prison bars, 
He has lifted up the portals of our 

home beyond the stars; 
He has won for us our freedom — 'neath 

His feet our foes are trod ; 
He has purchase! back our birthright 

to the Kingdom of our God, 
Alleluia ! Alleluia ! 1 dessed Jesus, make 

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From the life of this corruption to the 

life that never dies. 
May we share with Thee Thy glory, 

when the days of time arc past, 
And the dead shall be awakened by 

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Christ, the Victim, unclefiled 
Man to God hath reconciled, 
When in strange and awful strife, 
Met together death and life. 
Christians, on this happy day, 
Haste with joy your vows to pay ; 
Christ the Lord is ris'n on high, 
Now He lives no more to die ! 



Christ who once for sinners bled. 
Now the first-born from the dead, 
Thron'd in endless might and pow'r, 
Lives and reigns for ever more. 
Hail, eternal Hope on high ! 
Hail, Thou King of victory ! 
Hail, Thou Prince of Life ador'd ! 
Help and save us, gracious Lord ! 



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And open to the Lord of all ; 

His throne receives the eternal Son, 
Both God and Man for ever one. 
Thou Mediator and High-Priest, 
Fresh from the sacrifice released, 4 

By love constrained dost hither bring 
Thy smitten Heart's best offering. 

3 And she who from Thy open side 
Her being took, Thy holy Bride, 

Still nourished from Thy side survives, 
And life and all from Thee derives. 



Hence in the thickest of the fight, 
Thy warriors win their heavenly might ; 
And hence, Thy martyrs sing theirpsalms, 
And joyous wave triumphal palms. 

Where Thou, the head, art gone Thy voice 
Calls all Thy members to rejoice ; 
Ah, let them cleave the shining way, 
Thy footprints through the ether fray. 
To Thee be glory, conquering King, 
Who unto heaven Thy way dost wing, 
Great Son of the eternal Sire, 
Whose Spirit is our one desire. 



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To Thee submissive bow, 
The spacious earth, the highest heaven, 

The depths of hell below. 
There, waiting for Thy faithful souls, 

Be Thou to us, O Lord, 
Our peerless joy while here we stay, 

In Heav'n our great reward. 



3 Renew our strength ; our sins forgive ' 

Our miseries efface ; 
And lift our souls aloft to Thee, 

By Thy celestial grace. 
So, when Thou shinest on the cloud, 

With Thy angelic train, 
May we be saved from vengeance due, 

And our lost crowns regain. 



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And angels chant the solemn lay ; And wide unfold th'ethereal scene . 

Lift up your heads, ye heavenly ga*es, He claims these mansions as His right. 

Ye everlasting doors give way. Receive the King of glory in. 



PENTECOST. 

164— Veni Creator Spiritus. 

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2 Come, Consoler, kindest, best, 
Come, our bosoms' dearest guest 
Sweet refreshment, sweet repose. 
Rest in labour, coolness sweet, 
Tempering the burning heat, 
Truest comfort of our woes. 



un - fail - ing light. 

3 O divinest Light, impart 
Unto every faithful heart 
Plenteous streams from love's bright flood. 
Bui for Thy blest Deity, 
Nothing pure in man could be ; 
Nothing harmless, nothing good. 



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HOLY SPIRIT 

Wash away each sinful stain ; 

Gently shed Thy gracious rain 

On the dry and fruitless soul. 

Heal each wound and bend each will, 
Warm our hearts benumbed and chill 

All our wayward steps control. 



COME AND SHINE-CONTINUED. 

5 Unto all Thy faithful just, 
Who in Thee confide and trust, 
Deign the seven-fold gift to send. 
Grant us virtue's best increase 
Grant a death of hope and peace, 
Grant the joys that never end. 



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The tongue a rich and heavenly speech. 

4 Kindle with fire brought from above 
Each sense, and fill our hearts with love; 
And grant our flesh, so weak and frail, 7 

The strength of Thine which ne'er may fail. 

5 Drive far away our deadly foe, 

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Safely may pass through every ill. 

To us, through Thee, the grace beshown 

To know the Father and the Son ; 

And Spirit of them both, may we 

Forever rest our faith in Thee. 

To Sire and Son be praises meet, 

And to the holy Paraclete ; 

And may Christ send us from above 

That Holy Spirit's gift of love. Amen. 



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Seeds of heavenly truth to sow, 
He at lenght in wondrous order, 

Closed His sojourn here below, 

3 Seated, with His brethren round Him, 

On the night when last they met, 
For the law's complete fulfilment 



When the Lamb was duly ate, 

Then before the twelve disciples 

For their food Himself He set, 

By a word the Word Incarnate 
Simple bread to Flesh divine, 

Simple wine to Blood converteth 
But, if sense to doubt incline, 

Under faith's sufficient teaching 
Simple hearts all doubts resign. 



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Quem in sacrae mensa ccenae, 
Turbae fratrum duodenae, 

Datum non ambigitur. 

Sit laus plena, sit sonora, 
Sit jucunda, sit decora 

Mentis jubilatio. 
Dies enim solemnis agitur, 
In qua mensae prima recolitur 

Hujus institutio. 

In hac mensa novi Regis, 
Novum Pascha novas legis, 

Phase vetus terminat. 
Vetustatem novitas, 
Umbram fugat Veritas, 

Noctem lux eliminat. 

Quod in ccena Christus gessit, 
Faciendum hoc expressit 

In sui memoriam. 
Docti sacris institutis, 
Panem, vinum in salutis 

Consecramus hostiam. 

Dogma datur Christianis, 
Quod in carnem transit panis, 

Et vinum in sanguinem. 
Quod non capis, quod non vides, 
Animosa firmat fides, 

Praster rerum ordinem. 

Sub diversis speciebus, 
Signis tantum et non rebus, 

Latent res eximiac. 
Caro, cibus, sanguis, potus; 
Manet tamen Christus totus 

Sub utraque specie. 



8 A sumente nonconcisus, 
Non confractus, non divisus, 

Integer accipitur. 
Sumit unus, sumunt mille : 
Quantum isti, tantum ille : 

Nee sumptus consumitur. 

9 Sumunt boni, sumunt mali : 
Sorte tamen inaequali, 

Vitas, vel interitus. 
Mors est malis, vita bonis : 
Vide paris sumptionis 

Quam sit dispar exitus. 

10 Fracto demum Sacramento, 
Ne vacilles, sed memento, 
Tantum esse sub fragmento, 

Quantum toto tegitur. 
Nulla rei fit scissura, 
Signi tantum fit fractura : 
Qua nee status, nee statura 
Signati minuitur. 

ii Ecce panis Angelorum, 
Factus cibus viatorum : 
Vere panis filiorum, 

Non mittendus canibus. 
In figuris praesignatur, 
Cum Isaac immolatur : 
Angus Paschae deputatur, 

Datur manna patribus. 

12 Pone pastor, panis vere, 
Jesu nostri miserere : 
Tu nos pasce, nos tuere : 
Tu nos bona fac videre 

In terra viventium. 
Tu, qui cuncta scis et vales, 
Qui nos pascis hie mortalt s 
Tuos il'i commensales, 
Cohaeredes, et sodales, 

Fac sanctorum civium. 
Amen. Alleluia. 



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The broken vow, the frequent fall. 

3 Grant us, dear Lord ! from evil ways, 

True absolution and release ; 
And bless us more than in past days, 
With purity and inward peace. 



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Sweet fear and sober liberty ; 
And simple hearts without delay, 
That only long to be like Thee. 

5 Sweet Saviour ! bless us, night is come; 

Mary and Joseph near us be ; 
Good angels watch about our home, 
And we are one day nearer Thee. 



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Keep us, like shrines, beneath Thine eye, And Holy Ghost, the Comforter, 
Pure in our foe's despite. Eternal Three in One. 

174—0 Dearest Lord, 'Tis Evening Now, 

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When breathing silence wraps us round, 

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And sweet Thy yoke, when borne 
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To die for Thee, oh ! it is gain ; 

When endless life awaits above. 



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179— Yes, Heaven Is The Prize. 






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YES, HEAVEN IS THE PRIZE— Continued. 



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Look up beyond the skies, 

Where hope and strength are found, 4 Yes, heaven is the prize ! 

Death opens wide the door ; 

3 Yes, heaven is the prize ! And then the spirit flies 

Oh ! 'tis not hard to gain ; To God for evermore. 



180— Pity, My God, 'Tis For Our Loved Land. 

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183 -Whene'er Across This Sinful Flesh Of Mine, 

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185— Dear Angel, Ever At My Side, 



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3 I cannot feel thee touch my hand, 

With pressure light and mild, 
To check me as my mother did, 
When I was but a child. 

4 But I have felt thee in my thoughts, 

Fighting with sin for me ; 
And when my heart loves God, I know 
The sweetness is from thee. 



5 And when, dear spirit, I kneel down, 

Morning and night to prayer, 
Something there is within my heart, 
Which tells me thou art there. 

6 Yes ! when I pray, thou prayest too ; 

Thy prayer is all for me ; 
But when I sleep, thou sleepest not, 
But watchest patiently. 

7 Then love me, love me, Angel dear ! 

And I will love thee more ; 
And help me, when my soul is cast 
Upon th' eternal shore. 



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186— Bless Me, Befriend Me. 



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nev - er For - get thou art near ; 

sor - row I'll walk in thy light ; 






280 



LITANY Ot B.V. M. 



BLESS ME, BEFRIEND ME-CONTINUED. 



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LITANY OF BLESSED VIRGIN MARY. No. I. -CONTINUED. 

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Litany Of The Blessed Virgin Mary, No, 2, 



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ii Vas insigne devoti 

12 Tur - ris e - 

13 Ja - nu - a 

14 Re - fu - gium pecca 

15 Re - gina An - ge- 

16 Re - gina A - posto 

17 Re - gi - na 

18 Re - 

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2 ex -au -di nos 

3 Mi - se - re-re 



ex - au- 

Mi - se- 



LITANY OF THE B. V. M. 



283 

Litany Of The Blessed Virgin Mary, No. 2, Continued, 



FIXE. 




nobis 
nobis 
U - nus 
Sanc-ta Vir - go 
Ma - ter pu- 
Mater in-te-me- 
Mater Cre-a 
Vir - go ve - ne- 
Vir - go 
Se - dessa - pi- 
ho - no- 

- ris Da- 

- de - ris 
Sa - lus in - fir- 

AuxiliumChristia 

gi - naProphe- 

gi - naCon-fes- 

gina sine labe con 

Ro 

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no - bis, parce nobis Domi - ne. 



Christe audi 



nos Christe ex audi nos. 




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di nos ex-au-di nosDo-mi-ne. 
re - re mi - sere-re no - bis. 



284 



TE DEUM LAUDAMUS. 



188— Te Deum Laudamus. 



The Celebrant. 



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287 



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V. Benedictus es, Domine, Deus Pa- 
trum nostrorum. 

R. Et laudabilis^et gloriosus in sajcula. 

V. Benedicamus Patrem, et Filium 
cum Sancto Spiritu. 

R Laudemus, et superexaltemus Eum 
in soBcula. 

V. Benedictus es, Domine Deus, in 
firmamento coeli. 



R. Et laudabilis,et gloriosus, et super- 
exaltatus in saecula. 

V. Benedic anima mea Domino. 

R. Et noli oblivisci omnes retribu- 
tiones ejus. 

V. Domine exaudi orationem meam. 

R. Et clamor meus ad te veniat. 

V. Dominus vobiscum, 

R. Et cum Spiritu tuo. 

V. Cremus, &c. 



288 



MISERERE. 

189— Parce Domine, 







o - ne in se - ter - nura i - ras - ca • ris. . . . no - bis. 





190— Miserere. 



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3 Amplius lava me ab iniqui - ta - te 
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4 Quoniam iniquitatem meum e-go 
cog • nos - co, * et peccatum meum con - 
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5 Tibi soli peccavi, et malum co - ram 
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6 Ecceenimin iniquitatibus-con-cep- 

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BENEDtCTUS. 



289 



MISERERE— Continued 



7 Ecce enim veritatem-dii - ex - is - ti ; 
* incerta et occulta sapientiae tuae mani - 
fes - tas - ti mi - hi 

P Asperges me hyssopo-et-mun - da - 
bor: * lavabis me, et super ni - vem d^- - 
al -ba - bor. 

9 Auditui meo dabis gaudium et-lae- 
tl - ti - am : * et exultabunt ossa hu - mi - 
li - a - ta. 

10 Averte faciam tuam a pec - ca - tis 
me - is. * et omnes iniquita - tes me - as 
de - le. 

11 Cor mundum crea in-me De - us, * 
et spiritum rectum innova inviscer-i- 
bu=> me - is. 

12 Ne projicias me a fa - cie tu - a, * 
et Spiritum Sanctum tuum ne au-fer - as 
a me. 

13 Redde mihi laetitiam salu - ta - ris 
tu-i, * et spiritu principa-li con- fir - 
ma me. 



14 Docebo iniquos-vi - as tu - as, * et 
impii ad te-con - ver - ten - tur. 

15 Libera me de sanguinibus, Deus, 
Deus sal - u - tis me - as, * et exultabit 
lingua mea justi - ti - am tu - am. 

16 Domine, labia me - a a - pe - ries ; * 
et os meum annuntia bit-lau-dem tu-am. 

17 Quoniam si voluisses, sacrificium 
de-dis-sem u - tique ; * holocaust - is 
non de-lec - ta - beris. 

18 Sacrificium Deo spiritus contri - 
bu - la - tus ; * cor contritum et humila- 
tum, Deus, non de - spi - cies. 

19 Benigne fac, Domine, in bona vol- 
untate - tu - a Si - on, * ut aedificentur 
mu - ri Je - ru - salem. 

20 Tunc acceptabis sacrificium justi- 
fies, oblationes et ho - lo - caus - ta ; * 
tunc imponent super alta - re tu-um vi - 
tulos. 

21 Gloria Patri, etc. 



191 & 192— Dies Irae and Libera, 

For Funeral Services, see Missa Pro Defunctis. 

193- Benedictus. 




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5 Ad faciendam misericordiam cum- 
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BENEDICTUS-Continued. 



6 Jusjurandum quod juravit ad Abra- 
ham-pa - trem nos - trum, * datu - rum 
se no - bis. 

7 Ut sine timore, demanu inimicorum 
nostrorum-li - bera - ti, * servi-a-mus 
il- li. 

8 In sanctitate, et justitia - co - ram 
ip so, * omnibus di-e - bus nos - tris. 

g Et tu, puer, propheta Altissi - mi 
vo - ca - beris,* praeibis enim ante faciem 
Domini parare-vi - as e -jus: 



io Ad dandam scientiam salutis-ple- 
bie-jus; * in remissionem pecca - to - 
rum e - o - rum : 

ii Per vicera misericordiae-De - i nos • 
tri : * in quibus visitavit nos ori - ens ex 
al - to : 

12 Illuminare his, qui in tenebris, et 
in umbra-mor - tis se - dent : * ad diri- 
gendos pedes nostros in-vi - am pa - cis. 

13 Gloria Pairi, etc. 



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Allegretto. 1st time DUET, 2nd time CHORUS. 



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e - lei - son, e 

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te e - lei - son, Chris-te Chris - te e - lei - Bon, e 




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MASS. 
GLORIA. 




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so/.o. 



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MASS. 

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prop-ter mag-nam prop - ter mag - nam glo - riam Tu 

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SOLO. Determinate. 



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MASS. 



317 




tol - lis pec- ca - ta pec - ca - ta mun - di, Mi-se-re-re, 

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SOLO, Dolce. 

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MASS, 



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CREDO. 



Tl'TTI. Allegretto Maestoso 




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re - do, Cre - doin u-num De-urn, Pa 

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321 



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MASS. 
SOPRANO SOLO. Andante cspressico. 

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ne ; % et ho - mo fac - tus est. 



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MASS. 
SOLO. 



323 



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81 



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SANCTUS. 



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108 



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BENEDICTUS. 



329 



Andante. 







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H= 1 ^1 1— ^ — ^ H \ 



eel - sis, Ho - san - na, Ho-san - na in ex - eel 

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— *-*^ 



AGNUS DEI. 

Larghetto. SOrRANO SOLO. 

■>a 1 hi — r— i ^-. — 4 



m^nn 



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330 



MASS. 



fct 



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m 



pec 



ca-ta mun-di. 



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e - re - re, 



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mis-e - re- re no - bis. 



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mi - se - re 



m i - se - re - re 



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MASS. 



331 



IUTT1. 



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tol-lispecca - ta 

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pa 

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FIXE. 




IHissa Pro 2)efurtctis. 



INTROIT. 



Sixth Tone. 




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MISSA PRO DEFUNCTIS. 



333 



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KYRIE. 



SOLO. TJiree times. 



Sixth Tone. 



Ky - - ri - e, e - le - l - son, 



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f 7 Quid sum miser tunc dic-tur-us ? Quern pa 
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( 13 Qui Ma-ri - am ab- solv-is - ti, Et la 
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HIXTS TO THE BEGIXXER. 

I. Plain ChJlnt is written by means of signs called notes. Of these there 

are four kinds : 

fl) The Square : . which is the unit o. comparison. 

Caudal : ^ equa l to one S q Uare an j a .} ia ]f or lhree diamond* 

Diamond : + e iua l to one-half of the square. 

(4) " Double Square : BD equal to two square notes. 

II. Notes are placed on four horizontal lines, called a staff: 

- ■ I ■ 



III. Notes higher or lower than the stall are written on leger lints: 



iV. The human voice naturally produces seven different sounds. These are repre- 
sented by seven different notes, called : 
Do, Re, Alt, Fa, Sol, La, Si. 

V. To sing higher than Si, or lower than Do, the same notes are repeated : 
Do, Re, Mi, Fa, Sol, La, Si, Do, Re, Mi, etc.; or, 
Si, La, Sol, Fa, Mi, Re, Do, Si, La, Sol, etc. 

^ I. A series of eight notes is called a scale: t.g., 

Do, Re, Mi, Fa, Sol, La, Si, Do, gives the scale of Do. 
Re, Mi, Fa, Sol, La, Si, Do, Re, " yv. 

Mi, Fa, Sol, La, Si, Do, Re, Mi, " j.y. 

The scales of Fa, Sol, La, Si, are formed in the same manner. ' 

*or practice, the, scale of Do is generally used : 

ASCENDING. 



DESCENDING. 



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are 



VTII. CLH -g of each staff. These are 

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its of a vertical li: 
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First Clef of 
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'., the others axe easily ascertained by mean 

; 

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W ." ed by a half-tone. To restore . 

.1 place, a- B .is used. 

v Chant, a symbol, £, called sharf, is placed beLre 
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be raised a half-tone, and j] ral, is resorted to, to lower the note 



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tni(» OTtus,-\j»t b6l ju- sti - ti - ae, Christus Deus noatej. 



AVE, MARIS STELLA, 



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Ave. Maris Steiia,.- -Continued 



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2nd Soprano. 



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357 



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IAtfTUM ERGO. 






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359 



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TANTUM ERGO. 



Alio. Mod. Duo. 



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2 :: — ASPIRATIONS BEFORE COMMUNION 

mf 
1. Soul of my Sav-iour, sane - ti - fy ray breast ; Thy bless-ed 

fc • dim. do Ice. 

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side, Wash me, ye wa - ters, streaming from His side. 



O Cross I Death of Jesus, soothe my fears : 
Jesus, hear my sighs, regard my tears ! 

O, hide me in Thy wounds, there may I stay, 
And never, never more be turned away, 
And never, never more be turned away. 

Save me, save me from my deadly foe ! 

Call me at death from off my bed of woe ! 

And take me to Thy arms to hymn Thy praise, 
Among Thy Saints in heaven thro' endless days, 
Among Thy Saints in heaven thro' endless days. 



366 



2*— HAIL THE HOLY DAY OF DAYS! 



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1. Hail ! the ho - ly day of days, High the song of triumph raise, 

2. Now the glorious vic-t'ry won, Thou the ev - er - lasting Son, 

To the Saviour glo - ry tell, How the cross hath vanquish 'd hell. 
With the Father thron'd on high, Rulest all be - low the sky. 

— S-S^iSi'-J-gi'-Srj-SiS^'-^S-S'gSi'-S-^-'-S^Sr- 3 

By the precious blood are we Now re - deera'd of Christ and free, 
Kiug of kings, Thy saints u - nite To the choir of angels bright, 

-==-. i I l i I ■ — i ^i ~ I J i ! -frr -i n 

High thanks giving therefore raise, Sing the great Redeemer's praise. 
Al - le - lu - ia, Lord we sing, Je - sus Christ Redeemer King. 

r— j-zir^ryn-j^-rjqrn^qrn--— q:»=^q:»=gq"~ 



3*— TO THE BLESSED EUCHARIST. 



367 



F=3 

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Moderato. 

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1. When at Thy Al - tar, Lord, I kneel And think up-on Thy love, 



nk up-on Thy 1< 



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Oh 



s 



Chorus. 



make my heart Thy good-ness feel And cling to Thee a - bove, 






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Son of God we bow be-fore Thee, Blessed Sav-iour we Thee a - dore. 



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2. Oh manna ! which my sovereign Lord, 
In mercy, left for me ; 
Without this mystery adored, 
What would this exile be ? 

Chorus. 

3 A desert land of woe and care, 
A dreary land of strife, 
Who could its weight of sorrows bear 
Without this Bread of Life, 

Chorus. 



r 



My ^oul here finds a sovereign balm, 

A cure for every grief, 
'Mid pain and care a heavenly calm, 

A solace and relief. 

Chorus. 

O Bread of Angels aid my flight, • 
When from this world I soar, 

To dwell in realms of bliss and light, 
For ever — evermore. 

Chorus. 



368 



4*-0 Bond of Love. 

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meas - ured love, I can ■ not live on - le s to 



O Bond of Love- Continued. 



369 






t==i3." 






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prove 



love for 



ich un - meas - ured love. 



SIEg =ri== !Z]E* EE^EE1§E™EEE::] E 1 =zEE*E; 



Chorus. 
•jfczti=t=*: 



O Bread of Heaven, beneath this veil Thou dost my ver - y 




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My dearest God ! who dost so bind 
My heart withcountlesschainsto Thee ! 

O sweetest love, my soul shall find 
In Thy dear bonds true liberty. 

Thy self Thou lu.st bestowed on me, 
Thine, Thine forever I will be. 

Chorus. — 



I 
O sweetest dart of love divine ! 

It I have sinned, this vengeance t.ike; 
Come pierce this guilty heart of mine, 

And let it die for His dear sake. 
Who once expired on Calvary, 

Hisheart pierced through for loveofine. 
Chorus— 
beloved Lord 1 In Heaven above 
Sweet Jesus ; Thou awaite.it me 
To gaze on Thee with changeless love, 

This is my hope laid up for me. 
For how canst Thou deny me heaven 
Who, here, to me Thyself hath givenl 
Chorus.— 



370 



5*— HEART OF JESUS! DEAREST TREASURE! 

_ Duo ' _ _f^_ J 

1. Heart of Je • sns ' dear -est treas -ure, Joy of an -gels, hope of 

2. Sin and Sa - tan, 'gainst us leagu -ing, Rise in f u - rv to af - 



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us with - out meas - ure, All Thy 



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- fright us ; Foul temp - ta - tions souls be - sieg - ing, From Thy 
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rich - es to us 

ser - vice would in 



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giv - en. Full of nier - cy, full of 
vite us. Hear and help us, Heart, most 



meek - ness, Naught re - fus - ing to our weak - ness, By the 
ten - der, Lest in weak - ness we sur - ren - der ; In the 



371 

Heart of Jesus ! Dearest Treasure— continued, 

sun - ahine of Thy sweet -ness Drooping spir - its strength re - 
strong- hold of Thy splen -dor, Arm Thy chil - dren for this 

• store. J Heart Q f j £ _ JW5 , ^^ ^ g i . ^ / Jfumbly 

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_jsS^ m _^r__ m 

- ^/W 7%^, J/a/£<? wj Aw* Thee more and more ! 

•*_■_ 



5~2 

:■ 



LITANY OF LORETTO 



ALDEGA 



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Sancta De - i Geni-trix 



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Litany of Loretto.— Continued, 



375 



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6*— THY KINGDOM COME 

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i. Be - he ;ds all praise of tongue or pen. 




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374 



Thy Kingdom Come.— Continued, 



Yet Whose ar-dorburn-ing, And Whose ten-der yearning Meet with coldness and disdain !0 



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Sa - cred Heart ! O Heart Di-vine! Thou art our hope, Thou art our home ! All 

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ry, love, and thanks be Thine ! Thy Kingdom come, Thy Kingdom come 



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The Kingdom of the Prince of peace, 
Whose reign of love shall never cease; 

Meek and humble sovereign ! 
All our passions govern 

And our League of love increase ! 

Chorus. 



=S=I E 3-— 



*H 



Oh ! reign of gentle lowliness, 
Of pure, devoted holiness, 

Of the gracious merit 
Of a selfless spirit, 

Heal our wounds, our sorrows bless ! 
Chorus. 



By all the love and rapture sweet 

That swayed the Blessed Marguerite, 

JLet Thy cross be ours, 

And Thy thorns, our flowers, 

Thy blest flames, our sure retreat ; 

Chorus. 



7 # — O FILII ET FILIAE 



375 



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376 

O Filii et Filiae.— Continued. 



Al - le - lu - ia, al - le - lu - ia, al - le - lu - - - ia 



* _# * . 4 — -— 



(7 gj » » m , , L 



2 Et M; Magdalene, — Et Jacobi et Salome — Yenerunt corpus 
_ re. Allelu 

_ lalena moniti, — Ad ostium monumenti — Duo currunt 
IpulL Alleluia ! 

4. Sed Joannes Apostolus — Cucurrit Petro citius : — Ad sepulchrum 
venit prius. Alleluia : 

5. In albis sedens Angelus — Respondit mulieribus, — Quia surrexit Do- 
minus. Alleluia ! 

6. Discipulis adstantibus, — In medio stetit Christus — Dicens: Pax vo- 
bis omnibus. Alleluia ! 

7. Postquam audivit Didymus, — Quia surrexerat Jesus, — Remansit fide 

(iia ! 
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dulus. Alleluia ! 

. - do Thomas Christi latus, — Pedes vidit atque manus, — Dixit : 
us meus. Allelu .. 
i qui non viderunt, — Et tinniter crediderunt : — Vitam aetcrnam 
Allelu 
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mino. Alleluia. 

1 2. De quibus nos humillimas,— Devotas atque debitas — Deo dicamus 
gratias. Alleluia. 



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dbe recall tv of the %U&*ih Vh\im ZTiarw 

: LES FOR BRANCH S^JAUTIES. 

The object of the Sodality is to promote devotions to the Bussed Virgin Mary. 

Branch Sodalities should be affiliated with the Sodality of the Roman College. 

The governing body of each branch should consist of a Father Director, a 
President, Secretary and two Assistants, together with a Council of six or twelve. 
Other officers may be appointed by this body. 

The Sodality should have regular meetings for religions exercises, and should 
also recite at such meetings, at least, the "Little Office of the Immaculate Concep- 
tion." 

Members -r.rc'.i receive Hciy Cc — muni en rnce \ ~ :r.:'r ; :- the 

princ:: i s of the y 

Members who absent themselves from regular meetings should explain their 
absence to the Prefect, 

Members should all contribute towards paying any necessn r inenrre 

by t'r.r - :;.'..:;.-. 

Sodalists should visit at their homes members who are unable to attend the 
rr.ee: : r. ;~ tr.r; :.':: s :.:r.rs- :-.-..'. :-. V.^? s'r-cuii re crr'rrei : sr-ecicd rr.v.ers -lii 
f r tr.r rrC'-r : :' :-.r.v Vr:^ : —.err.rer ; -:.:'.. 

Candidates for admission should apply to the Father Director or Preset, and 
postulants should spend at leist one month as a period of probation- 
Election of officers should be held annually, and conducted in the manner r re- 
scribed by the Father Director, who may, in his discretion, reject any appointment. 
^ — The rules for the government of Sodalities and the conduct of officers and members, 
together with the list of the indulgences within the reach of Sodalists. may be foind in detail in the 
" Manual of the Sodality," (Benziger Bros.}, or in the " Manual for the Children «■ . Marv." (John Chis- 
holm, Edinburgh i. 



gtoUntit llcccytunt. 

The Hymn. •• Veni Creator, .— S re fa, 



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V. Err.::te Spiritum Tuum et creabun- V S 

tor. be cre<-.ed. 

R. Et renovabis faciem terrae. i\. And Thou shalt renew the face of 

the earth. 

■■ Let ts.< pray. 

DEUS, qui corda fidelium Sancti Spir- (~\ GOD. who by the light of the Holy 
itus illustratione docuisti; da nobis in yj Cihost hasi instructed the hea: 
eodem Spiritu recta sapere et de ejus Thy faithful, grant us, through the same 
semper consoiatione gaudere. Perjesum He B sh what is right, and 

Christum Dominum nostrum. Amen. everraor insolations 

through Jesus Christ our Lcr 
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THE SODALITY OF THE 



The Blessing of the Medals. 



V. Adjutorium nostrum in nomine 
Domini. 

R. Qui fecit coelum et terram. 

V. Domine exaudi orationem meam. 

R. Et clamor meus ad te veniat. 

V. Dominus vobiscum. 

R. Et cum spiritu tuo. 

Ore m lis. 

OMNIPOTENS sempiterne Deus, qui 
sanctorum tuorum imagines (sive 
effigies) sculpi aut pingi non reprobas, 
ut quoties illas oculis corporis intuemur, 
toties eorum actus et sanctitatem ad im- 
itandum memoriae oculis meditemur; 
has quaesumus, imagines in honorem et 
memoriam beatissimae Virginis Ma-riae, 
Matris Domini nostri Jesu Christi, ad- 
aptatas bene ►£ dicere et sancti»i< ficare 
digneris, et praesta, ut quicumque coram 
illis beatissimam Virginem suppliciter 
colere et honorare studuerit, illius me- 
ntis et obtentu, a te gratiam in praesenti 
et aeternam gloriam obtineat in futurum 
Per Christum Dominum nostrum. 
R. Amen. 



V. Our help is in the name of the Lord 
R. Who made heaven and earth, 
V. O Lord, hear my prayer. 
R. And let my supplication come unto 
Thee. 

V. The Lord be with you. 
R. And with thy spirit. 

Let us pray. 

ALMIGHTY and eternal God, who 
hast permitted the images of Thy 
saints to be sculptured or painted ; in 
order that beholding them every day 
with our corporal eyes, and meditating 
upon their actions and sanctity, we may 
be led to imitate their virtues, deign to 
bless and sanctify these medals which 
have been made in honour and com- 
memoration of the most Blessed Virgin 
Mary, Mother of our Lord Jesus Christ ; 
and grant that whoever humbly invokes 
the Blessed Virgin before them, may 
obtain through her merits, grace in this 
present life and eternal glory in the life 
to come. 
R. Amen. 



Here the Medals are sprinkled r- : 'h Ilu'y Water. 

Each Candidate, holding a lighted candle in the hand, here recites the Act of 
Consecration hi a char and audible voice. 

Act of Consecration. 

HOLY Mary, Mother of God and Virgin, I, A T . N., choose thee this day for my 
Queen, my Patroness, and my Advocate, and I firmly resolve and purpose 
never to abandon thee, and never to say or do anything against thee, nor allow any- 
thing to be done against thy honour by those subject to me. I beseech thee, there- 
fore, receive me as thy servant for ever, assist me in all my actions, and abandon 
me not at the hour of death. Amen. 



When the Act of Consecration has l«<n r><-it<d, tht Celebrant gives a medal, 
already ble*std,to each Candidate, saying : 



Celebrant. — Accipe signum Congrega- 
tions B. V. M. ad corporis et animae 
defensionem, ut divinae bonitatis gratia, 
et ope Beatissimao Virginis Maria' Ma- 
tris tuae, aeternam beatitudinem conse- 
qui merearis ; in nomine Patris *i* et 
Filii et Spiritus Sancti. Amen. 



Celebrant. — Receive this medal of the 
Blessed Virgin Mary as a safeguard and 
defence for your body and soul, that, by 
the grace of the Divine goodness, and 
the assistance of Miry vour Mother, you 

may deserve to obtain eternal I appineas; 

in the Name of the Father & and of the 
Son and of the Holy Ghost. Amen. 



BLESSED VIRGIN MARY. 
Then he add*, turning towards the new Members. 



111. 



AD majorem Dei gloriam. in laudem 
beatissimae Virginis Mariae, in spir- 
itual hujus Congregationis bonum, et 
ex potcstate a summo Pontifice mihi de- 
lata ego pro tempore hujus Congrega- 
tions Praeses vosin numerum Sodalium 
nostrae Congregaticnis subtitulo Imma- 
culatae Conceptionis, B. V. M., erectae 
suscipio, et participes reddo et declaro 
omnium gratiarum et fructuum, privile- 
giorum et indulgentiarum, quae sancta 
Romana Ecclesia ipsi primariae Congre- 
gationi Romanae, cui haec nostra can- 
onice aggregata est, concessit : In no- 
mine Patris *b et Filii et Spiritus Sancti. 
Amen. 

SUSCIPIAT vos Christus in numerum 
confratrum nostrorum et suorum 
famulorum. Concedat vobis tempus 
bene vivendi, locum bene agendi, con- 
stantiam, bene perseverandi, et ad aeter- 
nae vitae haereditatem feliciter perveni- 
endi ; et sicut nos hodie fraterna caritas 
spiritualitt-r jungit in terris ita divina 
pietas, quae dilectionis est auctrix, et 
amatrix, nos cum fidelibus conjungere 
dignetur in ccelis. Per eundem Chris- 
tum Dominum nostrum. Amen. 

V. Confirma hoc Deus, quod operatus 
es in nobis. 

R. A templo sancto tuo, quod est in 
Jerusalem. 

V. Salvos fac famulos tuos, (or famu- 
las tuas). 

R. Deus meus sperantes in te. 

V. Mitte eis Domine auxilium de 
Saucto. 

R. Et de Sion tuere eos, (or eas). 

V. Domine, exaudi orationem meam. 

R. Et clamor meus ad te veniat. 

V. Dominus vobiscum. 

R. Et cum spiritu tuo. 

Oremtu. 

ADESTO Domine supplicationibus 
nostris et hos, famulos tuos quos (or 
has famulas tuas quas) Congregationi, B. 
V. M., aggregavimus benedicere digna- 
re, et praesta, ut statuta nostra per auxi- 
lium gratiac tuac, sancte, pie et religiose 
vivendo valeant observare, et observando 
vitam promere sempiternam ; per Chris- 
tum Dominum nostrum. Amen. 



TO the greater glory of God, and to 
the honour of the Blessed Virgin 
Mary, and for the spiritual good of this 
Congregation, and by the power granted 
me by our most Holy Father the Pope, 
I, Director for the time being of this 
Congregation, receive you into the num- 
ber of the Members of our Congregation, 
erected under the title of the Immacu- 
late Conception, and render you sharers 
and partakers of all the graces and fruits, 
privileges, and indulgences which the 
Holy Roman Church has granted to the 
Primary Sodality at Rome to which ours 
has been canonically affiliated : In the 
name of the Father ►£ and of the Son 
and of the Holy Ghost. Amen. 

MAY Christ receive you into the num- 
ber of our brethren and his ser- 
vants. May He give you grace to lead 
a holy life, opportunity to do good, and 
constancy to persevere therein, that you 
may arrive happily at the inheritance of 
life eternal. And as fraternal charity 
unites us this day spiritually on earth, 
may the Divine goodness, who is the 
author and lover of charity, vouchsafe 
to admit us among the saints in heaven. 
Through the same Christ our Lord. 

Amen. 

V. Confirm, O Lord, what thou hast 
wrought in us. 

R. Even in thy holy temple which is 
in Jerusalem. 

V. Save thy servants. 

R. Who hope in thee, O my God. 

V. Send them help from thy holy 
place. 

R. And from Sion protect them. 

V. Lord, hear my prayer. 

R. And let my supplication come unto 
Thee. 

V. The Lord be with you. 

R. And with thy spirit. 

Let us jiray. 

HEAR, O Lord, our supplications 
and deign to bless these Thy ser- 
vants whom we have received iuto the 
Congregation of the most Blessed Virgin 
Mary ; and grant that by the aid of Thy 
grace they may observe our rules, living 
holily and piously, and may by observing 
them, merit eternal lite. Amen. 



IV. 



THE SODALITY OF THE 



The Ceremony concludes with the 



" Magnificat,' 
[page 284) 



{page 30.), or the " Te Deum, 



V. Benedictus es, Domine, Deus pat- 
rum nostrorum. 

R. Et laudabilis et gloriousus in sae- 
cula. 

V. Benedicamus Patrem, et Filium, 
cum Sancto Spiritu. 

R, Laudemus et superexaltemus Eum 
in saecula. 

V. Benedictus es, Domine Deus, in 
firmamento coeli. 

R. Et laudabilis, et gloriousus, et sup- 
erexaltatus in saecula. 

V. Benedic, anima mea, Domino. 

R. Et noli oblivisci omnes retribu- 
tiones Ejus. 

V. Domine, exaudi orationem meam. 

R. Et clamor meus ad te veniat. 

V. Dominus vobiscum. 

R. Et cum spiritu tuo. 

Or emus. 

DEUS, cujus misericordiae non est 
numerus, et bonitatis infinitus est 
thesaurus, piissimae Majestati tuae pro 
collatis donis gratias agimus, tuam sem- 
per clementiam, exorantes : ut qui peten- 
tibus postulata concedis, eosdem non 
deserans, ad praemia futura disponas. 



Deus, qui corda fidelium Sancti 
Spiritus illustratione docuisti ; da nobis 
in eodem Spiritu recta sapere, et de ejus 
semper consolatione gaudere. 

Deus, qui neminem in te sperantem 
nimium affligi perrnittis, sed pium preci- 
bus praostas auditum : pro postulationi- 
bus nostris, votisque susceptis gratias 
agimus, te piissime deprecantes, ut a 
cunctis semper muniamur advcrsis. Per 
Christum Dominum nostrum. 



R. Amen. 



V. Blessed art Thou, O Lord, the God 
of our fathers. 

R. And worthy to be praised and glo- 
rified forever. 

V. Let us bless the Father and the 
Son, with the Holy Ghost. 

R. Let us praise and magnify Him 
forever. 

V. Blessed art Thou, O Lord, in the 
firmament of heaven. 

R. And worthy to be praised, glorious, 
and exalted forever. 

V. Bless the Lord, O my soul. 

R. And forget not all His benefits. 

V. O Lord, hear my prayer. 

R. And let my cry come unto Thee. 

V. The Lord be with you. 

R. And with thy spirit. 

Let us pray. 

OGOD, whose mercies are without 
number, and the treasure of whose 
goodness is infinite : we render thanks 
to Thy most gracious Majesty, for the 
gifts Thou hast bestowed upon us, ever- 
more beseeching Thy clemency, that as 
Thou grantest the petitions of those 
that ask Thee, Thou wilt never forsake 
them, but wilt prepare them for the re- 
wards to come. 

O God, who hast taught the hearts of 
the faithful by the light of the Holy 
Spirit : grant us, by the same Spirit, 
to relish what is right, and evermore to 
rejoice in His consolation. 

O God, who sufferest none that hope 
in Thee to be afflicted above their 
strength, but dost afford a gracious ear 
unto their prayers : we render Thee 
thanks that Thou hast heard our sup- 
plications and vows; and we most hum- 
bly beseech Thee, that we may ever- 
more be protected from all adversities. 
Through Christ our Lord. 

K. Amen. 



Reception of Aspirants. 



If there are any Aspirants to be received, they now advance to the altar, and 
make atoud the following Act of Consecration : — 



BLESSED VIRGIN MARY. v . 

Act of Consecration. 

MOST Holy Virgin Mary, Mother of my God, I — though unworthy to be thy 
servant, moved nevertheless by thy exceeding tenderness, aDd by the desire of 
serving thee — choose thee this day, in the presence of my Angel Guardian, and of 
the whole court of Heaven, for my special Mistress, Advocate, and Mother ; and I 
firmly resolve to serve thee always, and to do all in my power to gain others also to 
thy service, Therefore, I beseech thee, most tender of mothers, by the blood of thy 
Son shed for me, that thou wouldst receive me into the number of thy devoted 
clients. Assist me in all my undertakings, and obtain for me the grace so to rule 
all my thoughts, words, and works, that I may never be displeasing in thy sight, 
nor in the sight of thy divine Son. 

Prayers to be Recited at the Meetings. 

(Taken from the '* Preci solite a recitarsi nella Congregazione Prima Primaria," Roma, 1823.) 
Before the Exhortation. 

COME, Holy Ghost, replenish the hearts of Thy faithful, and enkindle in them 
the fire of Thy love. 

V. Send forth Thy Spirit, O Lord, and they shall be created. 
R. And Thou shalt renew the face of the earth. 

Let us pray. 

OGOD, who by the light of the Holy Ghost hast instructed the hearts of Thy 
faithful, grant us through the same Holy Spirit, to relish what is right, and 
evermore to rejoice in His consolations, through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen. 

Here part of the Office of the Immaculate Conception is recited (seepage viij, 
after which an Exhortation is given. 

After the Exhortation. 

V. Confirm, O Lord, what Thou hast wrought in us. 
R. From Thy holy temple which is in Jerusalem. 

Let us pray. 

GRANT us, we beseech Thee, O Lord, the aid of Thy grace, that acknowleding 
Thee as the author of all good, we may, by Thy assistance, accomplish all that 
Thou commandest ; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen. 

V. Be mindful of Thy Association. V. May they rest in peace. 

R. Which has been Thine from the R. Amen, 

beginning. V. For our absent brethren. 

V. Let us pray for our benefactors. R. Save Thy servants who trust in 

R. Reward, O Lord, with eternal life, Thee, O my God. 

all those who have done us good for Thy V. Send them help, O Lord, from 

Name sake. Thy holy place. 

V. Let us pray for our deceased bre- R. And from Sion protect them, 

thren. V. Lord, hear my prayer. 

R. Grant them, O Lord, eternal rest, R. And let my supplication come un- 

and let perpetual light shine upon them. to Thee. 

Let us pray. 

LOOSEN, O Lord, we pray Thee, in Thy pity, the bonds of our sins, and by the 
intercession of the Blessed Mary, ever Virgin, Mother of God, the blessed 
Apostles Peter and Paul, and all the saints, keep us, Thy servants, and our abodes in 
all holiness ; cleanse us, our relations, kinsfolk, and acquaintances, from all stain of 



v j. THE SODALITY OF THE B.V.M. 

sin ; adorn us with all virtue ; grant to us peace and health ; drive far off all our 
enemies, visible and invisible; bridle our appetites; grant us healthful seasons; 
show forth Thy love towards our friends and our enemies ; guard Thy holy city ; 
preserve our Sovereign Pontiff [N.] , and defend all our prelates, princes, and all 
Thy Christian people from all adversity. Let Thy blessing be ever upon us, and 
grant to all the faithful departed eternal rest ; through Christ our Lord. Amen. 

Prayer for a Sick Member. 

ALMIGHTY, everlasting God, the eternal salvation of them that believe, hear 
us in behalf of Thy servant who is sick, for whom we implore the aid of Thy 
mercy, that, being restored to health, he (or she) may render thanks to Thee in Thy 
Church. Through Christ our Lord. Amen. 

For a Deceased Member. 

The Psalm, De Profundi's. 

(For Latin, see page 57.) 

UT of the depths have I cried unto 6 From the morning watch even until 

Thee, O Lord : Lord hear my voice. night ; let Israel hope in the Lord, 

2 Let Thine ears be attentive to the 7 Because with the Lord there is 
voice of my supplication. mercy; and with Him is plenteous re- 

3 If Thou, O Lord, wilt mark iniqui- demption. 

ties ; Lord, who shal.' abide it ? 8 And he shall redeem Israel from all 

4 For with Thee there is merciful his iniquities. 

forgiveness; and by reason of Thy law 9 Eternal rest give to them, O Lord, 

I have waited for Thee, O Lor.l. and let perpetual light shine upon them. 

5 My soul hath relied on His word ; Glory be to the Father, etc. 
my soul hath hoped in the Lord. 

QGOD, the Creator and Redeemer of all the faithful, grant to the souls of Thy 
servants departed, the remission of all their sins, that through pious supplications 
they may obtain that pardon they have always desired ; through Christ our Lord. 
Amen. 

May they rest in peace. Amen. 








£ittle (Dfftcc of tbe 3mmaculatc (Eoticcption. 



AT MATINS. 



EJA, mea labia, nunc annuntiate 
Laudes et prseconia Virginis beatae. 
V. Domina, in adjutorium meum in- 
tende. 

R. Me de manu hostium potenter 
defende. 

V. Gloria Patri, etc. Alleluia. 



L 



AUS tibi 
gloriae. 



From Septuagesima to Eaxttr 
Domine, Rex aeternae 



COME, my lips, and wide proclaim. 
The blessed Virgin's spotless fame. 
V. O Lady, make speed to befriend 
me, 

R. From the hands of the enemy 
mightily defend me. 

V. Glory be to the Father, etc. Alle- 
luia. 

instead of" Alleluia " is said : 

PRAISE be to Thee, O Lord, King 
of everlasting glory. 



SALVE, mundi Domina, 
Coelorum Regina : 
Salve, Virgo virginum, 
Stella matutina. 



HAIL, Queen of the heavens ! 
Hail, Mistress of earth 
Hail, Virgin most pure, 
Of Immaculate birth ! 



Salve, plena gratia, 
Clara luce divina : 
Mundi in auxilium, 
Domina, festina. 

Ab aeterno Dominus 
Te praeordinavit 
Matrem Unigeniti 
Verbi, quo creavit. 

Terram, pontum, sethera ; 
Te pulchram ornavit 
Sibi Sponsam, quae in 
Adam non peccavit. 

Amen 

V. Elegit earn Deus, et praeelegit earn. 

R. In tabernaculo suo habitare fecit 
earn. 

V. Domina, exaudi orationem meam, 
R. Et clamor meus ad te veniat. 

Ort /nus. 

QANCTA Maria, Regina coelorum, 
O Mater Domini nostri Jesu Christi, et 
mundi Domina, quae nullum derelinquis, 
et nullum despicis; respice me, Domina, 



Clear Star of the Morning, 

In beauty enshrined ! 
O Lady, make speed 

To the help of mankind. 

Thee, God, in the depth 

Of eternity, chose ; 
And formed Thee all fair 

As His glorious Spouse. 

And called Thee His Word's 

Own Mother to be, 
By whom He created 

The earth, sky, and sea. 

Amen. 

V. God elected her, and pre-electc\l 
her. 

R. He made her to dwell in His taber- 
nacle. 

Y. O Lady, hear my prayer, 

k. And let my cry come unto thee. 

Lit us prat/. 

HOLY Mary, Queen of heaven, Moth 
er of our Lord Jesus Christ, and M is- 
tress of the world, who forsakest no one, 
and despisest no one ; look upon me, O 



VI 11. 



LITTLE OFFICE OF THE 



clementer ocu!is pietatis, et impetramihi 
apud tuum dilectum Filium cunctorum 
veniam peccatorum ; ut qui nunc tuam 
sanctam et Immaculatam Conceptionem 
devoto affectu recolo, aeternae in futur- 
um beatitudinis bravium capiam, ipso, 
quern Virgo peperisti, donante, Domino 
nostro Jesu Christo : qui cum Patre et 
Sancto Spiritu vivit et regnat, in Trinit- 
ate perfecta Deus in saecula saeculorum. 
Amen. 

V, Domina exaudi orationem meam. 
R. Et clamor meus ad te veniat. 
V. Benedicamus Domino. 
R. Deo gratias. 

V. Fidelium animae per misericordiam 
Dei requiescant in pace. 

R. Amen. 



Lady, with an eye of pity, and entreat for 
me, of thy beloved Son, the forgiveness of 
all my sins that as I now celebrate with 
devout affection thy holy and Immacu- 
late Conception, so hereafter, I, may 
receive the prize of eternal blessedness, 
by the grace of Him whom thou, in 
virginity, didst bring forth, Jesus Christ 
our Lord : who with the Father and the 
Holy Ghost, liveth and reigneth in per- 
fect Trinity, God, world without end. 
Amen, 

V. O Lady, hear my prayer. 

R. And let my cry come unto thee. 

V. Let us bless the Lord. 

R. Thanks be to God. 

V. May the souls of the faithful de- 
parted, through the mercy of God, rest 
in peace. 

R. Amen. 



AT PRIME. 



V. Domina, in adjutorium meum in- 
tende. 

R. Me de manu hostinm potenter 
defende. 

V. Gloria Patri, etc. Alleluia. 



HYMNUS. 

SALVE, Virgo sapiens, 
Domus Deo dicata, 
Columna septemplici 
Mensaque exornata. 

Ab omni contagio 

Mundi praeservata ; 
Ante sancta in utero 

Parentis, quam nata. 

Tu, Mater viventium, 
Et porta es Sanctorum : 

Nova stella Jacob, 
Domina Angelorum. 

Zabulo terribilis 

Acies castrorum : 
Portus et refugium 

Sis Christianorum. Amen. 



V. O Lady, make speed to befriend 
me. 

R. From the hands of the enemy 
mightily defend me. 

V. Glory be to the Father, etc. Alle- 
luia. 

HYMN. 

HAIL, Virgin most wise 1 
Hail, Deity's shrine ! 
With seven fair pillars, 
And table divine I 

Preserved from the guilt 

Which hath come on us all 1 

Exempt, in the womb, 
From the taint of the fall ! 

O new Star of Jacob ! 

Of Angels the Queen ! 
O gate of the Saints ! 

O Mother of men 1 

O terrible as 

The embattled array ! 
Be thou of the faithful 

The refuge and stay. Amen. 



V. Ipse creavitillam in Spiritu Sancto. V. The Lord Himself created her in 

the Holy Ghost. 

R. Et effudit illam inter omnia opera R. And poured her out among all His 

sua. works. 

V. Domina exaudi, etc. (page vii., V. Lady, hear, etc. ( with the Prayer 

cum Oration e ut supra.) and VerncU» t at ON j"i<jt. vii J 



IMMACULATE CONCEPTION, 



IX. 



AT TIERCE. 



V. Domina, in adjutorium meum in- 
tende. 

R. Me de manu hostium potenter 
defende. 

V. Gloria Patri, etc. Alleluia. 



V. O Lady, makes speed to befriend 
me. 

R. From the hands of the enemy 
mightily defend me. 

V. Glory be to the Father, etc. Alle- 
luia. 



SALVE, area foederis, 
Thronus Salomonis, 
Arcus pulcheraetheris, 
Rubus visionis : 



HAIL, Solomon's throne 
Pure ark of the law 1 
Fair rainbow ! and bush, 
Which the Patriarch saw. 



Virga frondens germinis : 
Veil us Gedeonis : 
Porta clausa numinis, 
Favusque Samsonis. 

Decebat tarn nobilem 
Natum, prsecavere 
Ab orignali 
Labe Matris Evsb 

Almam, quam elegerat, 
Genitricem vere, 
Nulli prorsus sinens 
Culpse subjacere. Amen. 

V. Ego in altissimis habito, 

R. Et thronus meus in columna nubis. 



V. Domina, exaudi, etc. 
cu?7i Oratione vt supra.) 



{page 



Hail, Gideon's fleece ! 

Hail, blossoming rod ! 
Samson's sweet honeycomb 1 

Portal of God ! 

Well fitting it was, 

That a Son so divine 
Should preserve from all touch 

Of original sin ; 

Nor suffer by smallest 

Defect to be stained, 
That Mother, whom He 

For Himself had ordained. 

Amen. 

V. I dwell in the highest, 

R. And my throne is on the pillar of 
the clouds. 

V. O Lady hear, etc. (with the Prayer 
and Versicles, as on page vii.) 



AT SEXT. 



V. Domina, in adjutorium meum in- 
tende. 

R. Me de manu hostium potenter 
defende. 

V. Gloria Patri, etc. Alleluia. 



V. O Lady, make speed to befriend 
me. 

R. From the hands of the enemy 
mightily defend me. 

V. Glory be to the Father, etc. Alle- 
luia. 



SALVE. Virgo puerpera, 
Templum Trinitatis, 
Angelorum gaudium, 
Cella puritatis : 

Solamen moerentium, 
Hortus voluptatis : 
Palma patientiae, 
Cedrus castitatis. 



HYMN. 

HAIL, virginal Mother ! 
Hail, purity's cell ! 
Fair shrine where the Trinity 
Loveth to dwell. 

Hail, garden of pleasure I 

Celestial balm ! 
Cedar of chastity 

Martyrdom's palm ! 



x„ 



LITTLE OFFICE OF THE 



Terra es benedicta 
Et sacerdotal is, • 

Sancta et immunis 
Culpae originalis. 

Civitas altissimi, 
Porta orientalis : 
In te est omnis gratiB, 
Virgo singularis. Amen. 

V. Sicut lilium inter spinas. 
•R. Sic Arnica mea inter filias Adae. 

V. Domina, exaudi, etc., (page vii. 
cum Oratione ut supra.) 

AT 
V. Domina, in adjutorium meum in- 

tende. 

R. Me de manu hostium potenter de- 

fende. 
V. Gloria Patri, etc. Alleluia. 

HYMNUS. 

SALVE, urbs refugii, 
Turrisque munita 
David, propugnaculis 
Armisque insignita. 

In Conceptione 
Charitate ignita, 
Draconis potestas 
Est a te contrita. 

O mulier fortis, 
Et invicta Judith ! 
Pulchra Abisag virgo, 
Verum fovens David ! 

Rachel curatorem 
iEgypti gestavit : 
Salvatorem mundi 
Maria portavit. Amen. 

V. Tota pulchra es arnica mea, 

R. Et macula originalis numquam fuit 

in te. 

V. Domina, exaudi, etc. (page vii., 

cum Oratione tit supra.) 



Thou land set apart 

From uses profane ! 
And free from the curse 

Which in Adam began ! 

Thou city of God ! 

Thou gate of the east ! 
In thee is all grace, 

O joy of the blest ! Amen. 

V. As the lilly among the thorns. 

R. So is my beloved among the 
daughters of Adam. 

V. O Lady, hear, etc. (with the Prayer 
and Versicles, as on page vii.) 

NONE. 

V. O Lady, make speed to befriend 
me. 

R. From the hands of the enemy 
mightily defend me. 

V. Glory be to the Father, etc. Alle- 
luia. 

HYMN. 

HAIL, city of refuge ! 
Hail, David's high tower ! 
With battlements crowned 
And girded with power ! 

Filled at thy Conception 
With love and with light ! 

The dragon by thee 

Was shorn of his might. 

O Woman most valiant ! 

O Judith thrice blessed I 
As David was nursed 

In fair Abisag's breast. 

As the Saviour of Egypt 

Upon Rachel's knee : 
So the world's great Redeemer 

Was cherished by thee. Amen. 

V. Thou art all fair, my beloved. 

R. And the original stain was never 
in thee. 

V. O Lady, hear, etc. (with the Prayer 
and Versicles, as on page vii.) 



AT VESPERS. 



V. Domina, in adjutorium meum in- 
tende. 

R. Me de manu hostium potenter 
defende. 

V. Gloria Patri, etc. Alleluia. 



V. O Lady, make speed to befriend 
me. 

R. From the hands of the enemy 
mightily defend me. 

V. Glory be to the Father, etc. Alle- 
luia. 



IMMACULATE CONCEPTION. 



XL 



SALVE, horologium, 
Quo retrogradiatur 
Sol in decern lineis; 
Verbum incarnatur. 

Homo ut ab inferis 
Ad summa attollatur, 
Immensus ab Angelis 
Paulo minoratur. 

Solis hujus radiis 
Maria coruscat ; 
Consurgens aurora 
In conceptu micat. 

Lilium inter spinas. 
Quae serpentis conterat 
Caput : pulchra ut luna 
Errantes collustrat. 

Amen. 

V. Ego feci in coelis, ut oriretur lumen 
indeficiens. 

R. Et quasi nebula texi omnem terram. 

V. Domina, exaudi, etc. {page, vii., 
cum Oratione ut supra.) 



HYMN. 

HAIL, dial of Achaz ! 
On thee the true sun 
Told backward the course 
Which from old he had run ! 

And, that man might be raised, 

Submitting to shame, 
A little more low 

Than the Angels became. 

Thou, wrapt in the blaze 

Of His infinite light, 
Dost shine as the morn 

On the confines of night. 

As the moon on the lost 
Through obscurity dawns ; 

The serpent's destroyer ! 
A lily 'mid thorns. 

Amen. 

V. I made an unfailing light to arise 
in heaven. 

R. And as a mist I overspread the 
whole earth. 

V. O Lady, hear, etc. (with the Pray- 
er and Versicles, as at page vii.) 



AT COMPLINE. 



V. Convertat nos, Domina, tuis preci- 
bus placatus Jesus Christus Filius tuus, 

R. Et avertat iram suam a nobis. 

V. Domina, in adjutorium meum 'n- 
tende. 

R. Me de manu hostium potenter de 
fende. 

V. Gloria Patri, etc. Alleluia. 



SALVE, Virgo florens, 
Mater illibata, 
Regina dementias, 
Stellis coronata. 



V. May Jesus Christ thy Son, recon- 
ciled by thy prayers, O Lady, convert 
our hearts, 

R. And turn away His anger from us. 

V. O Lady, make speed to befriend 
me. 

R. From the hands of the enemy 
mightily defend me. 

V. Glory be to the Father, etc. Al- 
leluia. 

HYMN. 

HAIL, Mother most pure ! 
Hail, Virgin renowned 
Hail, Queen with the stars 
As a diadem crowned 1 



Super omnes Angelos 
Pura immaculata, 
Atque ad regis dexteram 
Stans veste deaurata. 

Per te, Mater gratiao, 
Dulcis spes reorum, 
Fulgens Stella maris, 
Portus naufragorum. 



Above all the Angels 

In glory untold, 
Standing next to the King 

In a vesture of gold ! 

O Mother of mercy ! 

O Star of the wave I 
O hope* of the guilty 1 

O light of the grave. 



Xll. 



OFFICE OF THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION. 



Patens coeli janua, 
Salus innrmorum, 
Videamus Regem 
In aula Sanctorum. 



Amen. 



Through thee may we come 

To the haven of rest ! 
And see heaven's King 

In the courts of the blest! Amen. 



V. Oleum effusum, Maria, nomen V. Thy name, O Mary, is as oil pour- 

tuum. ed out. 

R. Servi tui dilexerunt te nimis. R. Thy servants have loved thee, ex- 

ceedingly. 

V. Domina, exaudi, etc. (page vii., V. O Lady, hear, etc. (with the Pray - 

cum Oratione ut supra.) er and Versicles, as on page vii.) 

THE COMMENDATION. 



SUPPLICES offerimus 
Tibi, Virgo pia, 
Haec laudum praeconia ; 
Fac nos ut in via. 
Ducas cursu prospero, 
Et in agonia 
Tu nobis assiste, 
O dulcis Maria. 

R. Deo gratias. 



THESE praises and prayers 
I lay at thy feet, 
O Virgin of virgins ! 

O Mary most sweet ! 
Be thou my true guide 

Through this pilgrimage here, 
And stand by my side 

When death draweth near. 

V. Thanks be to God. 



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$ 



Xlll. 



prayers for (Eonfession. 

Before Confession. 

OMOST merciful God, I must humbly thank Thee for all Thy mercies unto me; 
and, particularly at this time, for Thy forbearance and long suffering with 
me, notwithstanding my many and grievous sins. It is of Thy great mercy that I 
have not fallen into greater and more grievous sins than those which I have com- 
mitted, and that I have not been cut off and cast into hell. 

O my God, although I have been so ungrateful to Thee in times past, yet now I 
beseech Thee to accept me, returning to Thee with an earnest desire to repent, and 
to devote myself to Thee, my Lord and my God, and to praise Thy holy Name for 
ever. 

Grant me, I beseech Thee, perfect contrition for my sins, that I may detest 
them with the deepest sorrow of heart. Send forth Thy light into my soul, and 
discover to me all those sins which I ought to confess at this time. Assist me by 
Thy grace, that I may be able to declare them to the priest, fully, humbly, and 
with a contrite heart, and so obtain perfect remission of them all through Thine 
infinite goodness. Amen. 

OMOST gracious Virgin Mary, beloved Mother of Jesus Christ my Redeemer, 
intercede for me with Him. Obtain for me the full remission of my sins, and 
perfect amendment of life, to the salvation of my soul, and the glory of His Name. 

Examination of Conscience. 

How long is it since your last confession ? Did you keep back any sin in 
your last confession? Did you say your penance ? Did you go to Holy Communion 
without preparing yourelf, or after having broken your fast ? Have you always said 
your morning and night prayers ? Did you say them badly ? Have you used bad 
words ? Did you stay away from Mass on Sundays or Holidays through your own 
fault ? Did you laugh or talk in Church ? Have you been disobedient to your 
parents or superiors ? Have you called them names? or grumbled at them? or 
struck them? Have you been angry or in a passion? or sulky? Have you 
quarrelled? or fought ? or struck anyone ? Have you borne malice to anyone? 
Have you done anything wrong by thought, word, or deed against purity or 
modesty? Have you got others to do wrong? Have you stolen anything ? or done 
any wilful damage ? or kept that to which you had no right ? Have you told lies ? 
Have you told lies against anyone ? Have you injured your neighbour's character 
by speaking ill of him without any reason? Have you eaten meat on Fridays or 
other days on which it is forbidden ? Have you been proud or vain of yourself? 
or despised others ? Have you been discontented ? Have you committed sin by 
eating or drinking too much ? Have you wasted your money in drink ? or frequented 
public houses ? or gone with bad company ? Have you been jealous of others ; 
Have you been idle or slothful ? Have you done anything else that ycu ought to 
confess ? , 

For those who are in the Employment of Others. 

Have you been disrespectful to your employers ? Have you wasted or wilfully 
damaged their goods ? or allowed others to do so ? Have you stolen from them or 
given their things away without leave ? Have you been idle or careless at youi 
work ? or not done what you were told to do? Have you read other people's letters ? 
Have you gossiped about the private affairs of your employers ? 



xiv. TRAYERS FOR CONFESSION. 

God is very good. He made you and gave you your soul and body, and every- 
thing that you have. He is also very holy and just ; and He hates sin. He made 
Heaven for good people, and hell for the wicked. He loves you very much. He 
was made man for you, and died upon the Cross, with great nails in His Hands and 
Feet, and a crown of thorns upon His Head, to help you to be good, and to get to 
Heaven. And when you sin, you offend this good God Who loves you so much. 
Try now to be very sorry for your sins, and make up your mind not to sin any more. 

Acts of Contrition. 

OLORD Jesus Christ, lover of our souls, who, for the great love wherewith Thou 
hast loved us, wouldst not the death of a sinner, but rather that he should 
be converted and live ; I grieve from the bottom of my heart that I have offended 
Thee, my most loving Father and Redeemer, unto whom all sin is infinitely displeas- 
ing; Who hast so loved me that Thou didst shed Thy Blood for me, and endure 
the bitter torments of a most cruel death. O my God! O infinite Goodness! 
would that I had never offended Thee. Pardon me, O Lord Jesus, most humbly 
imploring Thy mercy. Have pity upon a sinner for whom Thy Blood pleads 
before the face of the Father. 

O most merciful and forgiving Lord, for the love of Thee I forgive all who 
have ever offended me. I firmly resolve to forsake and flee from all sins, and to 
avoid the occasions of them ; and to confess, in bitterness of spirit, all those sins 
which I have committed against Thy divine goodness, and to love Thee, O my God, 
for Thine own sake, above all things and for ever. Grant me grace so to do, O 
most gracious Lord Jesus. 

O my God ! I am very sorry that I have offended' Thee, because Thou art so 
good ; and I will not sin again. 

My Lord and my God, I sincerely acknowledge myself a vile and wretched 
sinner, unworthy to appear in Thy presence: but do Thou have mercy on me, and 
save me. 

Most koving Father, I have sinned against Heaven and before Thee, and I am 
unworthy to be called Thy child ; make me as one of Thy servants, and may I for 
the future be ever faithful to Thee. I am now resolved, with the help of Thy grace, 
to be more watchful over myself, to amend my faults aud fulfil Thy law. Look 
down on me with the eyes of mercy, O God, and blot out my sins. 

Say the "Our Father " and the ''Hail Mar;/.'" 

After Confession. 

ALMIGHTY and most merciful God, Who according to the multitude of 
Thy tender mercies, hast been pleased once more to receive me, after so 
many times going astray from Thee, and to admit me to this sacrament of forgive- 
ness ; I give Thee thanks with all the powers of my soul for this and all other 
mercies, graces, and blessings bestowed on me; and casting myself at Thy sacred 
Feet, I offer myself to be henceforth for ever Thine. 1 let nothing in life or death 
ever separate me from Thee. I renounce with my whole soul all sins of my past 
life. I renew my promises made in baptism, and from this moment I give myself 
eternally to Thy love and service. O! grant that for the time to come I may hate 
sin more than death itself, and avoid all such occasions and company as have 
unhappily brought me to it. This I resolve to do, by the aid of Thy divine grace, 
without which I can do nothing. I beg Thy blessing on thesa my resolutions, for, O 
Lord, without Thee I am nothing but misery and sin. Supply also, by Thy mercy, 
whatever defects have been in this my confession, and give me grace to be now 
and alwys a true penitent ; through Jesus Christ Thy Son. Amen. 

Now nay your ■penance. 







XV. 

prayers for Vfoly (Eommumon. 

I. — Say these Prayers slowly, a few words at a time. 

2. — It is well to stop after every few words that they may sink into the heart, 

3. — Each Prayer may be said several times. 

Before Holy Communion. 
Prayer for Help. 

MY God, help me to make a good Communion. Mary, my dearest Mother, 
pray to Jesus for me. My dear Angel Guardian, lead me to the Altar of God. 

Act of Faith. 

OGOD, because Thou hast said it, I believe that I shall receive the Sacred 
Body of Jesus Christ to eat, and His Precious Blood to drink. My God, 
I believe this with all my heart. 

Act of Humility. 

MY God, I confess that I am a poor sinner, I am not worthy to receive the Body 
and Blood of Jesus on account of my sins. Lord, I am not worthy that 
Thou shouldst enter under my roof; say but the word, and my soul shall be healed. 

Act of Sorrow. 

MY God, I detest all the sins of my life. I am sorry for them, because they 
have offended Thee, my God, Who art so good. I resolve never to sin 
any more. My good God, pity me, have mercy on me, forgive me. Amen. 

Act of Adoration. 

JESUS, great God, present on the Altar, I bow down before Thee, I adore Thee. 
Act of Loye and Desire. 

SWEET Jesus, I love Thee. I desire with all my heart to receive Thee, Most 
sweet Jesus, come into my poor soul, and gi\e me Thy Flesh to eat and 
Thy Blood to drink. Give me Thy whole Self Body, Blood, Soul, and Divinity, 
that I may live forever with Thee. 

In Receiving Holy Conununion. 

(1) In going to the Altar-rails and returning to your place, keep your hands 
joined, your eyes cast down and your thoughts on Jesus Christ. 

(2) At the Altar-rails, take the Communion cloth and spread it before you 
under your chin. 

(3) Hold your head straight up, keep your eyes closed, your mouth well open, 
and your tongue out, resting on the under lip. Then, with great outward reverence, 
receive the Sacred' Host, saying in your heart, with all the faith of St. Thomas — 
" My Lord and my God." 

AJU r Ho'y Communion. 

Act of Faith 

JESUS, I believe that 1 have received Thy Flesh to eat and Thv Blood to drink, 
because Thou hast said it, and Thy word is true. 











XVI. PRAYERS FOR HOLY COMMUNION 

Act of Adoration. 








JESUS, my God, my Creator, I adore Thee, because from Thy Hands I came, 
and with Thee I am to be happy forever. 

Act of Humility. 

JESUS, I am but dust and ashes, and yet Thou hast come to me, and my poor 
heart may speak to Thee. 

Act of Love. 

SWEET Jesus, 1 love Thee ; I love Thee with all my heart. Thou knowest that 
I love Thee, and wish to love Thee daily more and more. 

Act of Thanksgiving. 

MY good Jesus, I thank Thee with all my heart. How good, how kind Thou 
art to me, sweet Jesus. Blessed be Jesus in the most Holy Sacrament 
of the Altar. 

Act of Offering. 

JESUS, receive my poor offering. Jesus, Thou hast given Thyself to me, and 
now let me give myself to Thee : — 
I give Thee my body, that it may be chaste and pure. 
I give Thee my soul, that it may be free from sin. 
I give Thee my heart, that it may always love Thee. 

I give Thee every breath that I shall breathe, and especially my last ; 1 
give Thee myself in life and in death, that I may be Thine for ever and ever. 
Remember the words of Jesus : " Ask and you shall receive," and 

Pray for Yourself. 

JESUS, wash away my sins with Thy Precious Blood. 
O Jesus, the struggle against temptation is not yet finished. My Jesus, whan 
temptation comes near me, make me strong against it. In the moment of temptation 
may I always say, " Jesus, mercy ! Mary, help !" 

O Jesus, may I lead a good life; may I die a happy death. May I receive 
Thee before I die. May I say when I am dying, "Jesus, Mary, Joseph, I give 
you my heart and my soul." 

Listen now for a moment to Jesus Christ ; perhaps He has something to say 
to you. There may be some promise you have made and broken, which He 
wishes you to make again and keep. 

Answer Jesus in your heart, and tell Him all your troubles. Then 

Pray for Others. 

JESUS, have mercy on Thy Holy Church ; take care of it. 
O Jesus, have pity on poor sinners, and save them from hell. 
O Jesus, bless my father, my mother, my brothers and sisters, and all I ought 
to pray for, as Thy Heart knows how to bless them. 

O Jesus, have pity on the poor souls in purgatory, and give them eternal rest. 
Sweet Jesus, I am going away for a time, but 1 trust not without Thee. Thou 
art with me by Thy grace I will never leave Thee by mortal sin. I do not fear to 
do bo, though 1 am so weak, because I have such hope in Thee. Give me grace 
to persevere. Amen. 



INDEX 



DAILY PRAYERS. 



PAGE. 

Acts of Adoration, Contrition, Faith, 

Hope and Charity 7 

Act of Consecration to the Sacred Heart 

of Jesus 11 

Angelus, the 8 

Indulgenced prayers 10 

Litany of the Blessed Virgin Mary 9 

Litany of the Most Holy Name ot Jesus 8 



pagf: 



Little Office of the Immaculate Con- 
ception vii. 

Memorare 11 

Mass, prayers at 11 

Prayers for Communion xv. 

Preparation for Confession and prayers 
after xiii. 



MASS. 



Mass 312 

Missa de Angelis 293 

Missa pro Defunctis 332 



Asperges 290 

Vidi Aquam 334 



VESPERS. 



First, for Sundays 21 

Second, for an Apostle 45 

Third, for an Apostle 46 

Fourth, for Blessed Virgin Mary and 

Virgins 47 

Fifth, for Martyrs 53 

Sixth, for Martyrs 54 

Seventh, for Confessors, etc 55 

Eighth, for Confessors, etc 56 

SPECIAL VESPERS. 

Christmas 57 

Epiphany 58 

HolyName 53 



Easter Sunday 59 

Ascension 51 

Holy Family 59 

Patronage of St. Joseph 60 

Pentecost 60 

Trinity Sunday 61 

Corpus Christi 62 

St. Joseph 63 

St. John the Baptist 64 

Precious Blood 64 

St. Michael 65 

SS. Peter and Paul 66 

Dedication of Churches 66 



HYMNI. 



Ad regias Agni 29 

Audi, benigne Conditor 28 

Ave maris Stella No. 1,48; No. 2, 49 

Coelestis urbs Jerusalem 66 

Creator alme 27 

Crudelis Herodes Deum 58 

Decora lux 83ternitatis 66 

Deus, tuorum militum 53 

Exultet orbis 45 

Festivis resonen; 64 

Fortem virili pectore 50 

Iste confessor No. 1,55; No. 2, 56 

Jam sol recedit igneus 61 

Jesu, corona Virgin um 50 

Jesu dulcis memoria 58 

K>u. Redeinptor omnium 57 



Lucis Creator optime 27 

O Lux beata caelitum 59 

O Quot undis 51 

O Salutaris Hostia, No.l, 40; No..', 40; No. 3, 41 

Panjre lingua, gloriosi 62 

Pneclara custos 52 

Rex Gloriose Martyrum 54 

Salutis humanae Sator 59 

Sanctorum mentis 53 

Tantum erfjo Sacrament urn No. 1, 4 

No. 2, 43 ; No. 3, u 

Te, Joseph, celebrent 68 

Te, splendor et virtus Patris 65 

Tristes erant 45 

I 't quean t laxis 64 

Vcni, Creator Spiritus 60 

Vexilla Regis » 



XV111. 



INDEX. 

ANTHEMS. 



PAGE. 

Alma Redemptions 30 

Ave, Begma 32 



Regina cceli ...No. 1, 35 ; No. 2, 
Salve, Regina 



TAG'. 
. 37 



PSALMS. 



Beati omnes 62 

Beatus vir 22 

Benedictus 289 

Confitebor tibi Domine 22 

Confitebor— quoniam 65 

Credidi propter 46 

De profundis 57 

Dixit Dominus 21 

Domine, probasti 47 

In convertendo 46 

In exitu Israel 24 



Laetatus sum 47 

Lauda, Jerusalem 48 

Laudate Dominum 25 

Laudate pueri 23 

Libera me 

Magnificat 30 

Memento, Domine 56 

Miserere 288 

Nisi Dominus 48 

Parce Domine 268 

Te Deum, Laudamus 281 



HYMNS. 



NO. 

35 Above this world of tears and sighs 106 

139 Adeste Fideles 230 

146 A glorious voice sounds through 

the night 237 

90 Ah, her smile makes heav'n rejoice 171 

97 Ah, what a joy, dear Mother 180 

157 Alleluia, alleluia, let the holy an- 
them rise 248 

156 All hail, dear Conquerer ! all hail... 247 

128 All praise to Saint Patrick 217 

28 A message from the Sacred Heart... 98 

145 Angels we have heard on high 236 

68 As the dewy shades of even 144 

107 As the gentle spring uncloses 192 

79 Ave Maria, guardian dear 158 

61 Ave Sanctissima 135 

125 Blessed Anna, Juda'8 glory 214 

112 Blessed are we as the children of a 

Mother 198 

186 Bless me, befriend me 279 

87 Bright Mother of our Maker, hail ... 168 

66 Bring flowers of the rarest 165 

81 Children of Mary, high your voices 

raise 161 

159 Christ the Lord is ris'n to-day 250 

150 Christians who of Jesus' sorrows ... '211 

98 Gome and chant the praises 179 

76 Come, gather round the altar 154 

167 Oome'Holy Ghost 25ft 

166 Come Holj Gnost, Creator blest . 269 
166 Creator-Spirit, all Diviue 257 



NO. 

52 Daily, daily sing to Mary 124 

60 Daughter of a Mighty Father 134 

185 Dear Angel; ever at my side 278 

121 Dear Guardian of Mary 209 

144 Dear Little One ! how sweet Thou 

art 235 

131 Dear Saint, who on thy natal day... 221 
191 Dies Iree 250 

67 Fading, still fading 142 

132 Faithful to Thy Spouse and Love... 221 
178 Faith of our fathers 271 

29 From your ranks, oh ! all ye Lea- 
guers 99 

58 Glorious Mother! from high heaven 131 

77 Glory toGod, angel hosts aresinging 156 

1 God of my heart 67 

122 Great Saint Joseph 1 throned in 
glory 2i0 

102 Green are the leaves, and sweet the 

flowers 186 

lll'llail! all hail, sweet Notre Dame 

de Lourdes 197 

LIS Hail! bright Star of ocean 20:i 

SO Hail, heavenly Queen 129 

118 Hail, holy Joseph, hail 206 

r8 Bail, holy Queen, loved Mother to 

thee 157 

34 Hail, Jesus, hail | Who form] saks 106 
62 Hail, Queen of heaven, the Ocean 

Star 162 

7G Hail. Oucen of tbe heavens J.46 



INDEX. 



xix. 



NO. PAGE. 

129 Hail, Patron of Erin 218 

100 Hail, thou Star of ocean 184 

56 Hail, Virgin, dearest Mary 129 

48 Happy we, who thus united 119 

137 Hark! an awful voice is sounding 228 

175 Hark, hark, my soul, angelic sounds 
are swelling 268 

184 Hark! hark! the angels singing 277 

138 Hark what mean those holy voices 229 
169 Have mercy on us God Most High... 261 

20 Hear the Heart of Jesus pleading... 88 
64 Heart of Mary, heart the purest ... 139 

4 Holy God, we praise Thy Name 70 

119 Holy Joseph, dearest Father 207 

81 Holy Mary, Mother mild 161 

117 Holy Patron! thee saluting 905 

49 Holy Queen I we bend before thee 120 
165 Holy Spirit, come and shine 256 

96 How pure, how frail and white 179 

32 How shall I ever know the love 103 

16 How sweet the Name of Jesus 
sounds 84 

39 lam my Love's 110 

19 I dwell a captive in this Heart 87 

5 I love Thee, O Thou Lord Most High 71 
37 In this Sacrament, sweet Jesus 108 

123 It is no earthly summer's ray 212 

69 It is the name of Mary 145 

10 Jesus is God; the solid earth 77 

152 Jesus! Jesus! behold at length 243 

47 Jesus, Jesus, come to me 118 

40 Jesus, my Lord, my God 112 

11 Jesus! Saviour of my soul 78 

9 Jesus, sweet Jesus 76 

13 Jesu, the very thought of Thee 80 

120 Joseph, our certain hope of life ... 208 
99 Joy! Joy! the Mother comes 182 

57 Joy of my heart! O let me pay 130 

142 Judea's sacred silent hills 233 

171 Lauda Sion 263 

176 Lead, Kindly Light, amid the encir- 
cling gloom 269 

14 Let every heart exulting beat 82 

22 Like a strong and raging fire 90 

136 Like the dawning of the morning... 227 

187 Litany , 280 

73 Mary, dearest Mother 150 

113 Mary ! how sweetly falls that word 200 

101 Mary, Mother, shield us through life 185 

124 Michael, Prince of highest heaven 212 

72 Mother dearest, Mother fairest 149 

59 Mother dear, O pray for me 132 

63 Mother Mary, at thine altar 138 



no. PAGE. 

55 Mother of God, we hail thy heart ... 128 

91 Mother of Mercy, day by day 172 

2 My God, how wonderful Thou art ... 68 

44 My God, my life, my love 116 

46 My Jesus, from His throne above ... 117 
98 My own dear Mother Mary 181 

3 Nearer, my God to Thee 69 

30 Night folds her starry curtains 100 

148 Now are the days of humblest 

prayer 239 

173 Now that the daylight dies away ... 266 
143 O blessed Babe ! O Child Divine! ... 234 

53 O blest fore'er the Mother 126 

153 O come and mourn with me awhile 244 

7 O come, loud anthems let us sing ... 73 

174 O dearest Lord, 'tis evening now ... 266 
134 O dearest Lord, we humbly crave... 225 

62 O dearest Mother of Mercy 136 

92 O Flower of grace, divinest flower... 173 
151 O Gracious Lord, Creator dear 212 

74 O heart of Mary, pure and fair 151 

12 Oh, the priceless love of Jesus 79 

110 Oh, when shall we with angels 
bright 196 

41 O Jesus Christ, remember 11C 

31 O Jesus dear, Thy Sacred Heart ... 102 
15 O Jesus, Jesus, dearest Lord 83 

126 O Lady high in glory raised 215 

45 O Lord, I am not worthy 117 

116 Mary dear Mother, how fondly I 

flee 204 

83 O Mother, I could weep for mirth... 163 

94 O Mater Admirabilis 176 

108 On this day, O beautiful Mother ... 194 

51 O purest of creatures 123 

23 O Sacred Heart 92 

17 O Sacred Heart, Celestial Feast 85 

27 O Sacred Heart ! O Love Divine ! ... 97 

18 O Sacred Heart that on the Cross... 86 
105 O Sanctissima, O piissima 190 

162 O Thou eternal King Most High ... 254 

163 Our Lord is risen 2.34 

25 Peace, be still! our God is dwelling 91 

180 Pity, my God, 'tis for our loved land 27:$ 

8 Praise ye the Lord 74 

177 Prune thou thy words, the thoughts 

control 870 

75 Remember, Oh, remember, dearest 
Mother 152 

89 Rose of the Cross 170 

21 Sacred Heart! in accents burning... 89 

42 Saving Host 114 

140 See, amid the winter's snow 231 



XX 



INDEX. 



NO. PAGE. 

135 See.He comes 226 

170 Sing, my joyful tongue, the mystery 2GJ 

155 Stabat Mater 246 

141 Stars of glory, shine more brightly 232 

6 Strike, strike the harp 72 

80 Sweet Lady of the Sacred Heart ... 160 
172 Sweet Saviour I bless us ere we go 265 

103 The clouds hang thick o'er Israel's 
camp 187 

158 The dawn was purpling o'er the sky 219 

95 The day is o'er 177 

65 The Star of the ocean is risen 139 

114 The sun is shining brightly 201 

104 This is the image of our Queen 188 

149 Thou loving Maker of mankind 240 

130 Thou who, hero-like hast striven ... 219 

71 Thro' the world thy children raise 147 
161 Thy sacred race, O Lord is run 253 

54 'Tis the month of our Mothor 127 

160 To-day He's risen 251 

.'.'< To Jesus' Heart all burning 104 

127 To kneel at thine altar 216 



HO. PAGK 

109 To love thee, O Mary. 195 

26 To Thy pure and burning Heart 95 
24 Upon the altar, night aud day. 93 

164 Veni Creator Spiritua 255 

181 Veni Jesu, almor mi 274 

182 Vivat ! Vivat ! 276 

86 We come, dearest Mother, this 

beautiful May day 166 

133 We come to thee, O happy saint 223 
154 What asea of tears and sorrows 245 
147 What beauteous sun— surpas- 
sing Star 23^ 

36 What happiness can equa 1 mine? 107 
38 What light is streaming from 
the skies ? 109 

183 When'er across this sinful flesh 

of mine ; .. 297 

66 W hen evening shades are falling 14 1 
43 When our Saviour wished to 

prove 115 

88 Wilt thou look upon me, 

Mother? 169 

139 With hearts truly grateful .... 230 
179 Yes, heaven is the prize .272 



APPENDIX. 



NO. 

13* 



11* 

6* 



2* 

5* 

10* 

I* 



PACK. 

Accept Almighty Father 388 

Angelus, The 377 

Ave Maris Stella. 355 

Blessed be God— Divine Praises. 386 
Behold the Heart (Thy Kingdom 

Conre) 373 

Close Veiled in that Sweet Sacia- 

ment 382 

Hail the Holy Day of Days .... 366 
Heart of Jesus Dearest Treasure. 370 
Heart of Jesus we are Grateful . . 384 
Joseph Pure Spouse 389 



NO. PAGK. 

Litany of Loretto 372 

12* On Bended Knee 387 

4* O Bond of Love 86* 

7* O Filii et Filiae" 375 

106 O Mwther Blest 1<)1 

O Salutaris 356 

Plain Chant 347 

2* Soul of My Saviour M\') 

Tantum Ergo 358 

36 I 

.XH » 

3* When at Thy Altar Lord I Kneel 367 



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